What we're about

The Community of Reason (COR) was formed in January 2019 to partner with like-minded groups and to provide a network of support and opportunities to the non-religious in the area, including atheists, agnostics, humanists and skeptics.

OUR COR VISION
The Community of Reason (COR): Atheists and Humanists of Ohio and Kentucky envisions a secular society that values science, reason, integrity, compassion and true equality for everyone.

OUR COR MISSION
Our mission is to create, mobilize and empower a thriving secular community to make a positive difference.

OUR COR VALUES
Integrity – incorporates honesty, truthfulness, transparency, accountability, dependability, decency, justice, sincerity, commitment, good judgement

Equality – incorporates acceptance, open-mindedness, fairness, equability, egalitarianism, nondiscrimination

Curiosity – incorporates continuous learning, challenging and questioning biases, critical thinking, evidence seeking, understanding

Compassion – incorporates empathy, service to others, patience, selflessness, self-care, protection, kindness

Upcoming events (5+)

FIG: Separation of Religion and Government - H. Louis Sirkin

First Unitarian Church of Cincinnati

This event is hosted by the Free Inquiry Group. Cincinnati-based attorney, H. Louis Sirkin, well known for defending free expression, will speak to FIG about separation of church and state. Sirkin has defended various clients in obscenity and adult entertainment cases, among them Larry Flynt, publisher of Hustler magazine. In his first prominent victory he defended the director of the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, charged with obscenity after exhibiting photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe.

Signs from Heathens: ASL Study Group

CJ's House

Join us as we learn American Sign Language together! DESCRIPTIVE WORDS We will be learning signs for emotions, feelings, and other descriptive words. ACTION WORDS We will review signs for verbs and action words. NEW TO ASL No problem! Several of us are new beginners, we're learning together. WHY LEARN ASL Nearly 28 Million Americans have some form of hearing loss. Currently, a small percentage of those can only communicate via sign language, and are forced to stick within the deaf community. One great advantage of learning sign is expanding the social networking of those people, allowing them to further participate in society more easily. Other reasons to learn sign language: Become more expressive: Sign language is the key to create vivid and lasting imagery. Anyone who enjoys story telling, or making jokes can incorporate sign language to better captivate audiences. Pick up on body language: Given that sign language is a visual language, it's no surprise that you can also learn to better understand body language. Hold silent conversations with friends: Communicate in secret! Whether it be clubs, movie theaters or libraries, you don't need to whisper or yell to talk to your friends in sticky situations. Learning is fun!

Heathens in Nature: Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Art Fair w COR's Nina Dusa

Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum

Update: Due to a special art show occurring this month which will feature one of our own, Nina Dusa, I am changing the location of our hike to Pyramid Hill. Join your fellow heathens for our monthly walk in nature and take in some amazing art sculptures and local artist works. Pyramid Hill is a local gem that has been features on many traveling shows and in many travel guides. In 1987, local Harry Wilkes, a lover of art, bought a parcel of land in Hamilton for his home. Once there, he began collecting sculptures which eventually led to the creation of the Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park. This hike will be the most unique hike you've experienced and I assure you that you will love the place; beautiful sculptures, carefully crafted landscaping and gorgeous views abound. After the hike, we can check out the art fair and visit our fellow COR member, Nina Dusa at her booth. There is a $7 admission fee per carload for entering the park. I have 3 available tickets for $4.50 for the first three who rsvp. We can purchase additional discounted tickets if needed. Meet at the main visitor's center at 9am. As always, my hikes are kid and fur kid friendly. Please dress appropriately for the weather and bring water for yourself and any kiddos. After we can grab lunch nearby. Info on Pyramid Hill Park: https://www.pyramidhill.org/ Info on the Art Fair: https://www.pyramidhill.org/art-fair Info on Nina Dusa Art Design: https://ninadusadesign.com/

Dungeons and ...

709 Coachway Ct

Join us as we play games together, usually one or two games max. Anyone is welcome, we are happy to show you how to play. Dungeons And ... is a series of meetups where we will play different dungeon crawl games such as Descent, Nova Aetus, Massive Darkness, The World of SMOG: Rise of Moloch, Masmorra, etc. Also other games will be added as the interest strikes. And we will also dive into pen and paper with DnD 5th Edition.

Past events (147)

Kentucky Freethought Convention in Lexington, KY

Lexington Center

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