Next Meetup

Ursula Goodenough: Sacred Depths of Nature (Earth Day Event)
Join Best-Selling Author and Professor of Biology at Washington University for a special Earth Day event and celebration! Ursula Goodenough is Professor of Biology at Washington University. Her research focuses on the molecular and cell biology of eukaryotic algae. She currently serves as president of the Religious Naturalist Association. She is the author of the bestselling The Sacred Depths of Nature.

Humanist Hub

30 JFK Street, 4th Floor, Harvard Square · Cambridge, MA

Upcoming Meetups

Past Meetups (741)

What we're about

Public Group

About Us and Our Values:

The Humanist Hub is a place where you can connect with other people, act to make the world better, and evolve as a human being.

We are a center for humanist life — a nonreligious community committed to the power of human connection to help us do good and live well. We use reason and dialogue to determine our highest ethical values, we act on those values with love and compassion, and we help one another evolve as individuals, as we work to improve our world.

Founded in 1974 as the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard, we were a small organization serving Humanists, atheists, and agnostics at and around Harvard University for over 30 years. In recent years we have evolved into a hub for secular community-building activities at Harvard, in Greater Boston, and beyond.

All are welcome to join us every Sunday at 1:30pm! We also have many other public programs and ways you can get involved, on other days of the week.

We are located at 30 JFK Street (4th Floor) in Harvard Square.

Check out our website:

Members (3,453)

Photos (240)

Find us also at