Cultivating compassion, well-being and awe through reason and evidence-based exploration of the sciences, ethics and our own humanity.
Exploring and celebrating the natural world and our ethical role in it as secularists, Freethinkers and humanists.
Using reason and community to attain happiness, well-being and social connectivity.
2 and 4th Sundays will presentations on compassion and well-being from local scientists, artists, business leaders and other community members. 1st and 3rd Sundays will be a facilitated discussion on the ethics of a relevant and timely discussion.
Children's program provided!
Coffee and pastries provided!
10:30AM - Humanist moment, meet and greet
10:45AM - Ethics Discussion or Speaker
THIS SUNDAY 10th OF AUGUST:
Ethics 101: An introduction to ethics by someone that actualy teaches on the subject! We have been having 'ethics' discussions, for long time now, as amatuer ethicists which is a great experience and will remain. This Sunday, however, we get to hear a little bit about how the pro's do it. Bryan Russell is a new member to the group and a professor teaching Philosophy and Ethics at Northland Pioneer College. Brian has generously agreed to speak to the group after only being in town for a couple weeks and to only a few events. Thank you Bryan!