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Welcome! We believe that there is a lot of common group between atheists, humanists, religious believers and the spiritual but not religious (sbnr) on ethics, community, and hope.

We invite all those who wish to engage in honest, respectful conversation across the secular/religious divide. We look forward to seeing you at our next gathering.

Carl

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Interfaith Winter Community Read

First Congregational Church

Hi Everyone, Instead of the regular meeting, I would like to invite you to join us at First Congregational Church in Holliston as we hold an Interfaith Winter Community Read and Pot Luck. If you can take a look at the book by Simon Wiesenthal, The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness. If you would like to bring some thing for our community supper, you are most welcome. (No meat or nuts please as we observe halal and kosher concerns for some) It is organized by the Metrowest Interfaith Dialogue Project, which include the Holliston clergy and the Islamic Center of Framingham.

Conversations Between Atheists, Religious Believers and Humanists

Hi Everyone, As we are coming off the heels of Thanksgiving Day, and assuming you survived Black Friday, the meaning of this holiday varies incredibly among many of us. What does this day mean to you? What does it teach us about living? Our relationships? In we are interested in a "grateful life" what needs to be in place? Where does it take us? See you there! Carl

Conversations Between Atheists, Religious Believers and Humanists

Hi Everyone, As we are coming off the heels of Thanksgiving Day, and assuming you survived Black Friday, the meaning of this holiday varies incredibly among many of us. What does this day mean to you? What does it teach us about living? Our relationships? In we are interested in a "grateful life" what needs to be in place? Where does it take us? See you there! Carl

Conversations Between Atheists, Religious Believers and Humanists

Hi Everyone, As we are coming off the heels of Thanksgiving Day, and assuming you survived Black Friday, the meaning of this holiday varies incredibly among many of us. What does this day mean to you? What does it teach us about living? Our relationships? In we are interested in a "grateful life" what needs to be in place? Where does it take us? See you there! Carl

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