HumanistsMN New Member Welcome and Orientation

HumanistsMN New Member Welcome and Orientation

April 20, 2024
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm

First Unitarian Society

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Have you recently joined HumanistsMN or are you interested in joining? If so, we invite you to a New Member Welcome and Orientation. It’s your opportunity to get more acquainted with our community, find ways to get involved, learn about our events, and get to know fellow members.

We’ll meet from 2:30 – 3;00 pm in the Dietrich room at First Unitarian Society … it’s right by the front door, so should be easy to find.

HMN leaders will tell you about our recent activities and answer any questions you may have.

Afterward, please stay for our monthly Community Gathering at 3 p.m., “Reclaiming the Conscious Soul of Ecological Struggle,” featuring guest speaker Jason Lukasik, Associate Professor of Education at Augsburg University, You can separately RSVP for that event here: Community Gathering: Reclaiming the Conscious Soul of Ecological Struggle, Sat, Apr 20, 2024, 3:00 PM | Meetup

We are thrilled that you have joined our all-volunteer humanist organization, where people like you come together to connect and make a positive impact on the world.

As a secular humanist group, our mission is to promote ethical living, human flourishing, and care for the planet both locally and globally through our commitment to science, reason, compassion, and creativity. We believe in the power of human connection, empathy, and shared values to create a better world for everyone. In short, we don’t believe in a god—we believe in good.

Here’s what you can expect from being a new member of HumanistsMN:

1. Find opportunities for meaningful service: We offer a variety of opportunities to engage with and support our local community, such as volunteering and outreach, advocating for separation of religion and government, and fundraising for organizations like Camp Quest North, a secular summer youth camp.

2. Connect with like-minded individuals: Our community allows you to meet and collaborate with people who share your commitment to humanistic values.

3. Personal growth: Being a part of HMN provides opportunities for personal growth, from learning new skills to gaining valuable experience in community engagement and leadership.

4. Inclusive and welcoming environment: We embrace diversity and inclusivity. Regardless of your background or identity, you are welcome here.

We firmly believe that by working together, we can bring about positive change and contribute to a more compassionate and equitable society without the influence of religion.

Join us at the orientation session to learn more!

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