Humanism is much more than mere Atheism, it is a robust communitarian social philosophy for which the question of the existence of the supernatural is frankly irrelevant. Our moral commitments to one another would be unchanged regardless of a god's existence.
Rather than just asserting ourselves as Atheists, it is time to cultivate our own field and concentrate on what we do believe in. This will be the start of a new monthly series that we are going to turn into a book.
The American Humanist Association, for which we have been a chapter of for 40 years, has come out with some wonderful values positions for children. They are called the 10 commitments (http://khec.americanhumanist.org/the-ten-commitments/). Yet, we find that with a little tweaking, the 10 commitments are great points of discussion for adults.
Each month we will get announce a set of readings, together for a lecture on the stated topic, workshop over a series of questions, and then inevitably turn our dialogue into a book on workable Humanist Ethics for the American Humanist Association.
January: Overview of topics and methods
March: Environmental Stewardship
April: Critical Thinking
June: Ethical Development
July: Global Awareness
August: Human Rights
September: Peace & Social Justice
November: Service & Participation
And in December we will review what we have worked on over the course of the year.