What we're about

The Secular Hub is a non-profit community center located at 3100 Downing Street, Unit C, Denver, CO 80205. The Secular Hub is a Colorado chapter of the American Humanist Association (http://americanhumanist.org/). We are a membership club with the charter to provide a sense of community to secular people, uphold church/state separation, organize community service events, and provide personal growth through lectures and speakers on science, reason, and Humanism. We provide a meeting space for all other secular groups across the Front Range and are available for rent for any event like weddings, memorial services, etc. For more information, go to http://www.secularhub.org/ on the web and http://facebook.com/secularhub/ on Facebook. The Secular Hub welcomes people who identify as secular, Humanists, atheists, agnostics, skeptics, freethinkers, non-theists, etc.

Note: Membership to this meetup is open to all, however Secular Hub sponsored events are only available to Secular Hub members who are current on their membership. Those who sign up on the Meetup but have not paid their annual dues are known as "fans" of the Secular Hub.

Membership Criteria while at the Secular Hub:

All members commit to honor the separation of church and state in American governance.

All members commit to not promoting belief in deities or other supernatural entities.

All members commit to conducting themselves with a sense of decorum and goodwill, and agree to not intentionally create ill feelings or animosity among fellow members.

* The Secular Hub reserves the right to revoke membership at any time if the actions of a member or group detracts from the happiness and general well-being of other members.

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Hub Members Movie Night

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Secular Hub members are invited to hang out and watch a movie on our BIG screen at the Secular Hub on Thursday nights! Drinks, snacks, and popcorn will be available for sale. Doors will be open at 6:30pm and the movie will begin at 7:00pm. Thirteen-year-old Kayla (Elsie Fisher) endures the tidal wave of contemporary suburban adolescence as she makes her way through the last week of middle school--the end of her thus far disastrous eighth grade year--before she begins high school. Nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Comedy at the Golden Globes. Winner of the Best First Screenplay Award at the Film Independent Spirit Awards. Winner of a WGA Award for Best Original Screenplay. This is a recurring weekly event, subject to other secular events that require the Secular Hub space. We'll make sure to update the meetup each week with the movie selection and notify when they are cancelled. Note: Secular Hub meetings such as movie night are open only to dues paying members of the Secular Hub. Sign up on line at http://www.secularhub.org/membership-2/ or in person at the Hub.

Friday Night Hub Hang! Baseball Edition!

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It's baseball season!! WHOOP WHOOP!! Ok, I honestly don't know much about baseball....but, I know hot dogs and crackerjacks! Come down to the Hub for good food, conversations, games, and community. I, as usual, will be providing a main dish and other goodies but, please bring something to share if you can! Hope to see you there! -Ruth

Let's Hike! Pine Valley Loop

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The Pine Valley Loop dips into the Buffalo Creek Recreation Area in Pike National Forest. This loop trail feels like an escape. Once back in the ranch, there are unique, wide open views created by an old wildfire. Hike through "fields" which were recently forest. Pine Valley Ranch Park is a Jefferson County Open Space, and charges no fees to enter or park (try to carpool anyway). Whether you're looking to socialize, soak in the views and appreciate nature, or get in a workout, this'll be a good hike. And it'll be a good opportunity to meet like-minded folks, while experiencing some of what Colorado has to offer. Lunch: If we start hiking at 9 am, we’ll still be hiking at noon. Bring a lunch, and we’ll picnic somewhere along the trail. -- Hike Summary -- Distance: 7.9 miles Rating/Description: Moderate (if you're already comfortable with hikes this distance). The first and last ¾ mile of trail is steep, but the park built steps into the side of the mountain. The rest of the trail is not terribly steep. The trail is easy to follow, but you’ll want to know which way to turn at the three junctions encountered during this loop. There are a couple of streams that you’ll need to step across. Elevation Profile: starts at 6760 ft; gains 1130 ft (2930 ft if you count all the climbs) Parking: there is lots of free parking; carpooling recommended Facilities: vault toilets Fur Kids: dogs are allowed, but must be leashed and picked up after Entry Fees: $0.00 Lunch on trail, pack a lunch! -- Route -- If you arrive late and want to try to catch up, here is the route: Take Parkview Trail away from the parking lots (south). Make a left on Strawberry Jack Trail. Make a right onto Skipper Trail. Make a right onto Buck Gulch Trail, which takes you back to the parking lot. -- Reminders -- SAFETY FIRST… I have no medical provisions or training. You are hiking at your own risk. We may not have cell service out here, so if in doubt, play it safe. - Carry and drink plenty of water! - Sunscreen and bug spray are advised. - A hat, sunglasses, and supportive footwear are also advised. - We may hike in some rain. Be prepared. Park Information: https://www.jeffco.us/1428/Pine-Valley-Ranch-Park

Freethinkers in AA

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A 12-Step support group meeting for those struggling with religious beliefs, the idea of a god, or of a higher power someplace "out there" expressed in most AA meetings. Our goal is to recover a healthy, non-theistic understanding of the 12-Step process, enabling the individual to find the power for change within himself or herself. Since this is an anonymous group, actual attendance is never listed, Meetings average 20 to 30 every Monday and Saturday. Our meetings are open to anyone interested in how the 12 Steps can work for anyone, alcoholic or not, pretending nothing.

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