YHC Announces New “WTF” Discussion Group Open to the Public
Can a nonreligious person follow Jesus? Muhammad? Buddha? What about Gandhi… or Darwin? In the pantheon of great thinkers, prophets, writers, scientists, artists, and leaders, to whom do you turn for inspiration, motivation, meaning, and ethical guidance? How do you implement their lessons in your life? Do you follow their examples?
The Yale Humanist Community (YHC) is pleased to announce a new monthly discussion group, which is free and open to the public. In addition to our Practical Humanism Discussion Group, which meets several times a month, as well as our regular undergraduate, Divinity School, and graduate student meetings; the YHC invites you to join WTF (Who to Follow?) a discussion group exploring these matters the fourth Tuesday of every month (beginning March 24), at 7 PM at The Grove (760 Chapel Street). These discussions will be hosted by Tom Krattenmaker, a secular progressive, religion-in-public-life columnist for USA Today, and Communications Director at Yale Divinity School. Tom is currently writing a book exploring what it could mean to be a “secular Jesus follower.”
$18,610.81 collected for Mid-Ohio Foodbank by Columbus CoR groups since 2012
Final results are in for the November 7, 2019 8th Annual FSM Benefit Dinner. $2,018.12 was raised for the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. 96 diners enjoyed the noodley goodness prepared by v ...
Columbus CoR Welcomes BN CBUS!
On 11/24/2019, a local affiliate group of Black Nonbelievers (BN) was formed and soon after was added as the newest member group of the Columbus Coalition of Reason. Columbus CoR groups accumulated a list ...
Van Buren Dr Shelter
96 volunteers from Central Ohio United Non-Theists (COUNT), the Humanist Community of Central Ohio (HCCO), and the Secular Student Alliance (SSA) at The Ohio State University (OSU), have together worked 1,070 hours at the Van Bure ...
Columbus CoR groups offer a summer full of options for community, charity and outreach!
Cudos to Bill V. for organizing another successful Columbus CoR Brewery Fundraiser at Seventh Son. With 20 attendees at the April 10th event, ...
Columbus CoR groups offer various options for community, charity and outreach!
Columbus CoR is now accumulating names of those interested in having a local chapter of Black Nonbelievers (BN). Because it is best for people of col ...
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