Humanist Group

The Humanist Group meets on the last Sunday of the month. Humanism is a philosophy that encourages people to think for themselves, valuing science and reason. It is focussed on human means for comprehending reality and pursuing good. Humanist ethics are based on respect for all life and regard human values as having meaning in the context of human life rather than the promise of life after death.

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Upcoming topics:

Sunday April 30th: John Smith will introduce the ideas of the fourth principle group which began at the Unitarian Church of Vancouver. Here is part of a proposed wording:
The Unitarian Universalist Association shall devote its resources to and exercise its organizational powers for religious, educational, and humanitarian purposes. Its primary purposes are to equip congregations for vital ministry, to support and train leaders both lay and professional, to heal historic inequities, and to advance our Unitarian Universalist values in the world. We will transform the world by our liberating love.
Sunday May 28: Marilyn Medén will introduce Our Beliefs: What Do You Believe?  This will be a mini Building Your Own Theology session, introduced by Marilyn telling of her own beliefs.
Sunday June 25: No meeting this month.