Celebrate Darwin Day with Baltimore CoR! Join us for a talk by Dr. Allan Spradling: “Can Humans Guide Evolution with Gene-Editing?”
Monday, February 12, 2018, 6:30 pm at the Baltimore Ethical Society
The Baltimore Coalition of Reason (Baltimore CoR) seeks to raise public awareness that people can be good without believing in God. Baltimore CoR brings together humanistic, secular, and nontheistic organizations in the Greater Baltimore region.
We affirm that all have the ability and responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good of humanity. Our understanding of what is good relies on human reason and compassion, and not on theistic or supernatural beliefs.
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The following organizations are members of the Baltimore Coalition of Reason:
The largest secular student group in Maryland. The chapter of the Secular Student Alliance at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County
A chapter of the Washington Area Secular Humanists, Inc. (WASH)
Where atheists can go to meet up in Baltimore
A humanistic religious fellowship founded in 1950 and a member society of the American Ethical Union.
A diverse and mutually supportive community of people who strive to build on our deep historical roots as a congregation to be a beacon of hope, social justice, and liberal religious values in Baltimore and in the world.
We are a community that honors Frederick Douglass as one of the great advocates of civil and human rights, the pursuit of education, free inquiry and critical thought. Our community is open to all people who are committed to humanistic values. The FDHSB is a Chapter of the American Humanist Association.
Drinking Skeptically is an informal social event designed to promote fellowship and networking among skeptics, critical-thinkers, and like-minded individuals. Drinking Skeptically provides an opportunity for skeptics to talk, share ideas (and yes, drink) in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. To learn more about Drinking Skeptically, see drinkingskeptically.org.
The LGBTQ Humanist Council of Baltimore is a forum for LGBTQ humanists from around the region to exchange ideas on local organizing, find support in coming out as LGBTQ (and a humanist), and to speak out with one voice on issues of concern to the LGBTQ-humanist community! The Council is a Chapter of the American Humanist Association.
The chapter of the Secular Student Alliance at Towson University
We believe in raising our kids to be ethical and caring freethinkers and to teach them values of reason and compassion. We welcome families of humanists, atheists, freethinkers, skeptics. We recommend Dale McGowan's book Parenting Beyond Belief.
Live Better. Help Often. Wonder More. Sunday Assembly is a nonreligious congregation that celebrates life. We help everyone find and fulfill their full potential. Visit our Facebook page.
Links to Related Organizations
The SCMD, as a chapter of the Secular Coalition for America (SCA), brings together secular Marylanders to influence government officials, legislation, and regulations. Our focus is Maryland. Our exclusive purpose is lobbying government officials.
We are the Maryland chapter of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. We are a social/activist group.
The largest secular humanist organization serving the Greater Washington, DC area with chapters in Maryland and Virginia.
The leading voice of humanism in the United States with local chapters and affiliates across the nation
The national organization for Ethical Culture, a humanistic religious and educational movement founded in 1876
The mission of the Center for Inquiry (CFI) is to foster a secular society based on science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values. The local branch is CFI-DC.
CSJO promotes a secular expression of its members' Jewish heritage.
The Society for Humanistic Judaism embraces a human-centered philosophy that combines the celebration of Jewish culture and identity with an adherence to humanistic values and ideas.
The LGBT Humanist Council of the American Humanist Association is committed to advancing equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their families. The Council seeks to improve the lives of LGBT individuals though education, public service and outreach and serve as a resource for members of the American Humanist Association, the greater freethought community, and the public on LGBT issues.
The mission of the Secular Student Alliance is to organize, unite, educate, and serve students and student communities that promote the ideals of scientific and critical inquiry, democracy, secularism, and human-based ethics. We envision a future in which nontheistic students are respected voices in public discourse and vital partners in the secular movement's charge against irrationality and dogma.
"Parents Beyond Belief" shares thoughts and ideas by and for secular parents.