February 5, 2013
I enjoy meeting others who strive to live ethically without gods, the promise of heaven or the threat of hell.
Humanists of the Treasure Coast offers socializing for people who attempt to be ethical but are not traditionally religious. It also offers support to parents who are raising ethical children from a humanist perspective. We advocate equal treatment of the non religious in hospitals, hospices and at military facilities. Equality would require that health care facilities offer support from a humanist perspective just as they offer support from a religious perspective through chaplains and pastoral care departments. We also request that the Boy Scouts of America stop rejecting boys from non religious families and adopt the Girl Scouts admission policy which accepts children from from non religious families. We invite you to join us in building the Treasure Coast's First Humanist Community.