Religious Humanism Meetup Groups

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The Baltimore Ethical Society is a humanistic religious fellowship. We focus on human lives and relationships and explore what it means to live ethically as individuals, family members, and participants in the larger community. We have no creeds and

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Ethicals
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www.uubcar.com Find our website for more information. Where do We Meet? Little Einstein Montessori School, 1110 SE Evergreen Street, Bentonville, AR (SE of the corner of J Street and 14th (Hwy. 102). Who are We? We are a fellowship seeking knowledge,­

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We are a society of humanists, most of whom live in the Greater Hartford area.  We organize social events, discussion groups, meetings with guest speakers, outdoor activities, and philanthropic endeavors.  As a community, we seek to lead ethical live

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Humanists
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We are a community dedicated to fostering ethical humanist beliefs and values and to improving the human condition through individual and collective action. We celebrate diversity and welcome newcomers of all faiths, color, sexual orientations, and n

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"A wave of reason in Southern California". Join us for a monthly 'drinking skeptically' meet-up in the Pasadena, SoPas, Garvanza area if you are secular, curious, questioning, skeptical, or just generally non-religious. We want to create a positive

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Humanists and Skeptics
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End of the Line Humanists is a chartered chapter of American Humanism Association located in the near west Chicago suburbs (Oak Park/Forest Park area). Humanists are "good without a god," nontheists committed to living ethical and compassionate lives

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Humanists
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The Ethical Society of St. Louis is a Welcoming Home for Humanists and their families, an inter-generational community of people dedicated to deed before creed. We are a congregation that focuses on this world and this life--making them better for al

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Ethical Humanists
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Are you Jewish but left unfulfilled by traditional congregations whose services and activities do not match your beliefs nor engage your spirit? Are you a critical thinker who doesn't necessarily believe in God, but wants to emphasize what you do bel

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Jewish Humanists
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We are a group of humanists based at the First Unitarian-Universalist Church of Richmond, and a chapter of the American Humanist Association. We meet several times a month for discussion, learning, inspiration, and just having fun. see our website at

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Richmond Humanists
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With the publication of the Humanist Manifesto in 1933, modern Humanism was born.  Signers of the manifesto included a number of intellectuals and religious leaders.  Most of the latter were Unitarian ministers.  The document boldly proclaimed “the t

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December 5, 2014

All around the world, a new culture is beginning to emerge. It's a culture of people like you -- people who are bringing more beauty into the world, more love to our human family, and more wholeness to lives. People who understand that we are all sti

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men and women of goodwill
December 2, 2014

With the publication of the Humanist Manifesto in 1933, modern Humanism was born.  Signers of the manifesto included a number of intellectuals and religious leaders.  Most of the latter were Unitarian ministers.  The document boldly proclaimed “the t

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December 2, 2014

Organising ourselves to implement change outside of the established institutions. When we are divided we fall. It is time to unite with all brothers and sisters throughout the world. This is a think tank discussion group aimed at deeply effective s

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World Changers
August 21, 2014

Secular Humanistic Judaism is a Jewish denomination that celebrates the centrality of human judgment and human power from a uniquely Jewish perspective. As secular humanists we believe that reason, rather than faith, is the source of truth, and that

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June 2, 2014

The Ethical Society of St. Louis is a Welcoming Home for Humanists and their families, an inter-generational community of people dedicated to deed before creed. We are a congregation that focuses on this world and this life--making them better for al

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Ethical Humanists
May 10, 2014

Mission: Our mission is to bring more peace and happiness to the world. About: Organized in Southern California, our ministry is growing throughout the world. Our goal is to promote the value of human life and self-ownership to all people everywher

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February 8, 2014

End of the Line Humanists is a chartered chapter of American Humanism Association located in the near west Chicago suburbs (Oak Park/Forest Park area). Humanists are "good without a god," nontheists committed to living ethical and compassionate lives

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Humanists
December 26, 2013

We are a group of humanists based at the First Unitarian-Universalist Church of Richmond, and a chapter of the American Humanist Association. We meet several times a month for discussion, learning, inspiration, and just having fun. see our website at

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Richmond Humanists
November 17, 2013

This group is for those who consider themselves humanists and atheist as well as those who adhere to any religious belief and/or institution. These conversations and dialogues are opportunities for mutual respect and cooperation around the values and

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Friends
October 24, 2013

Are you Jewish but left unfulfilled by traditional congregations whose services and activities do not match your beliefs nor engage your spirit? Are you a critical thinker who doesn't necessarily believe in God, but wants to emphasize what you do bel

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Jewish Humanists
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