This Summer, we’re delighted to offer once-monthly Big Question Lab classes, alongside family-friendly programming:
Sunday, June 4, 1:30pm
(Talk: Rev. Jeffrey Brown: The Courage to Listen)
Sunday, July 9, 1:30pm
(Talk: Greg Epstein: Humanism in the Age of Trump)
Sunday, August 6, 1:30pm
(Talk: Joanna Weiss: Challenges of Modern Parenting and How Humanist Community Can Help)
1. During these events, a volunteer will lead humanist-inspired activities for kids ages 4-6. These will include crafts, music, story-telling, and more.
1. We have installed a new Hub nursery: there is a changing table, rocking chairs, and some small toys and books for parents and kids up to 3 (available every week).
3. On these dates, the Big Question Lab is open to all students ages 7-11, led by Elior, our new teacher. Classes will take place every week, and all are welcome to drop in! The Big Question Lab provides children and adolescents with an inclusive space to learn in a secular setting about what it means to be a moral citizen. Our goal is to create a safe environment for youth to explore their identities as critical thinkers and as compassionate, community-minded participants in our diverse world.
Check out this video from last year’s BQL: