Happy New Year my fellow Humanists! You’ve made it to 2018 and we’re gearing up to have our best year yet. We have much to discuss in our January Newsletter ranging from our new board, the success of the Solstice Party, volunteering, and new directions. On-boarding our new board First, some business. We held our
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President’s Message Happy Holidays my fellow Humanists! This month, we’re covering our new live streaming system, a quick budget update, sexual harassment and codes of conduct, and our Annual Solstice Party! We’re (almost) live streaming! As a modern, up and coming community, it’s imperative that we continue to improve our technological prowess. In order to
President’s Message By Chris Wojno Come over here. Yes you! C’mon. Can I ask you something? Do you accept the scientific method as the best mechanism for determining knowledge? You do? Fantastic, we need your help! This month, we self-reflect and look forward to our elections. For Science: Testing Pasta-filled waters You know by now
President’s Message Greetings fellow space travellers and welcome back to another edition of The Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix Newsletter. Summer is done, but we have one more heat wave before cooling down for another fabulous Arizona autumn. Grab a cold drink, stick with us, and catch up on last month’s events and activities. We’ve
We have updates on the Great American Eclipse of 2017, The West Valley Initiative, and serious questions into how Humanists should be contributing to Neo Nazis, DACA, and hurricanes. We take a moment to remember HSGP member Allan Gittleman. We also reflect on the experiences during the Great American Eclipse of 2017.
President’s Message What’s new in August Howdy my fellow Humanists! You’ve made it to August and we’re just getting warmed up, literally and figuratively. We’ve got many irons in the fire this upcoming month and we’re going to need you to make it happen. Before I get too far ahead of myself, I’d like to
In this issue, we discuss our wildly successful event with Seth Andrews of The Thinking Atheist as well as issues about our neighboring wall and open board positions.
In the June Newsletter, we discuss our new Program Director, the roof, and our new newsletter format. Anita discusses our need for volunteers and food for our Sunday Speaker meetings and other events.
The Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix is a small but active and loving community in Mesa. Our organization is dedicated to learning, exploration, upholding the virtues of freedom, and providing service to the surrounding communities. First, we would like to thank members of the faith community who came to stand with us. Thank you for
Contact: Seráh Blain, Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix – 602-505-0892 – firstname.lastname@example.org MEDIA ADVISORY: Faith and Nontheistic Leaders Call for Change to House Prayer Rules WHO: Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix, Secular Coalition for Arizona, State Rep Athena Salman, along with leaders from Arizona’s interfaith and secular communities WHAT: Standing for our First Freedom: