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CFI's Reba Wooden at All Souls this Sunday, July 28

Since many of this group attend gatherings at Center for Inquiry, I thought you would be interested in hearing Reba Wooden speak this Sunday at All Souls Unitarian Church.
Following is the press release with more info:

For immediate release:

All Souls Unitarian Church welcomes Center for Inquiry Speaker, Reba Boyd Wooden

CFI Executive Director to speak on, “What is the Center for Inquiry? What do we do?”

[July 17, 2013] (INDIANAPOLIS)
On Sunday, July 28, 2013 the Executive Director of the Center for Inquiry Indiana, Reba Boyd Wooden, is the guest of All Souls Unitarian Church as part of the church’s summer speaker series. The service begins at 10:30 a.m.
Ms Wooden is speaking to the All Souls congregation and visitors about The Center for Inquiry organization and the Indianapolis location.
The Humanist Friendship Group of Central Indiana was started by Ms Wooden in 1999 and became Center for Inquiry Community of Indiana in 2005.
The Center for Inquiry is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that encourages evidence based inquiry into science, pseudoscience, medicine and health, religion, ethics, and society. Through education, research, publishing, and social services, it seeks to present affirmative alternatives based on scientific naturalism. The mission of the Center for Inquiry is to foster a secular society based on science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values.

About Reba Boyd Wooden
Reba Boyd Wooden is Executive Director of Center for Inquiry Indiana. She started Humanist Friendship Group of Central Indiana in 1999 which became Center for Inquiry Community of Indiana in 2005. She writes the blog “Freethought from the Heartland” on the Center for Inquiry website. Reba has a BA from University of Indianapolis with a major in Social Studies Education and a minor in Business Education, an MS from Butler University in History/Education, and an MS in Counseling and Counselor Education from Indiana University. She retired after 37 years in public education in 2005. She spent her last 13 years as a high school guidance counselor and the previous years in the classroom. She has two children and seven grandchildren. She has officially hiked 8,000+ miles with Indianapolis Hiking Club. Reba Boyd Wooden, Executive Director Center for Inquiry Indiana Director, CFI Secular Celebrant Program 350 Canal Walk Suite A Indianapolis, IN[masked] [masked] [masked]

About All Souls
All Souls provides a place where reason and religion merge and where an open, caring, and compassionate ministry is extended to all. All Souls is a caring and inclusive community where sincere search for knowledge, truth, and meaning is honored. We translate our Unitarian Universalist values into action individually and collectively. We want to share what we have with others. All Souls makes learning a priority and supports causes and programs that align with our values.


All Souls Unitarian Church
5805 East 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46226

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  • Arthur S.

    Reba, as usual, was very articulate and explained the purpose and activities at CFI Indiana in a very interesting talk.

    July 28, 2013

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