Sunday Speaker Series
Enjoy a variety of inspirational speakers, music, refreshments, and conversation. Great for learning more about Humanism, meeting great new people! Check the calendar for more information about this week’s program. Read more here.
Humanist Hub Discussion Group
Connect with Humanists, Atheists, and Agnostics through friendly, thoughtful, moderated discussion. Our weekly Monday night discussions are a place to share personal stories and experiences related to the Humanist Hub’s Sunday lectures. The discussions are open to the public and no previous Hub attendance is required. Please try to arrive on time, as we will be breaking into small groups and locking the doors at 7:20. Email email@example.com for more.
Join the Secular Meditation group for a variety of meditations, including mindfulness of breath, ambient sound, and loving-kindness meditation. A discussion follows the meditation. No experience necessary! For more info, email Rick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harvard Community of Humanists, Atheists, Agnostics (Undergraduates)
Harvard’s Humanist Hub opened in 2013 as the first campus “Center for Humanist Life,” dedicated to helping atheist, agnostic and nonreligious students connect with one another, act to make the world better, and evolve as human beings. Steps from Harvard Yard, the Hub has been packed with students and others ever since! Check out our open house, where you can meet members of HCHAA, the Harvard College Community of Humanists, Atheists and Agnostics; and meet our Humanist chaplain Greg Epstein, author of the New York Times bestseller Good Without God: What a Billion Nonreligious People Do Believe. You’ll also hear about all of our great programs, including past speakers such as Joss Whedon, Seth MacFarlane, and Sue Gardner; weekly student social gatherings and parties with great food and discussions, plus all the best atheism-related episodes of shows like South Park and Orange is the New Black; interfaith socials and debates, HCHAA camping retreats, service projects, secular meditation/mindfulness, and more!
Open to current Harvard undergraduate students only.
Crisis Response & Suicide Prevention for Bystanders: Programs for Building Social Support in Secular Communities
We bring in organizations that train bystanders how to prevent and respond to crisis situations in the community. Topics include suicide prevention, grief, and sexual assault prevention. Dates TBA. To learn more about these and our other programs aimed at building social support, click here.
For more information about the program, email Stella at email@example.com
Anti-Racism Collaborative (ARC) of Greater Boston is a multi-racial collective of anti-oppression educators and activists committed to supporting the movement for racial justice and equity.
ARC provides skillfully structured safe(r) spaces for engaging in participatory learning that explores the individual and collective processes of dismantling racism.
Honoring the diverse lived experiences that relate to systemic racism and oppression present in any mixed group, ARC employs an adaptive affinity group model for working skillfully amidst difference. By working together to facilitate group learning in a racially mixed class, ARC facilitators deeply respect the role of identity-based affinity groups when this may prove more productive. Our facilitators aim to maximize both personal safety and collective learning by balancing mixed and affinity group work in alternation and combination.
Read more: http://antiracismcollaborative.org/
E.O. Wilson Big Question Lab & Kids Programs
Weekly SUNDAYS 1:30pm (open to all!)
Begun in 2012 as the Humanist Community at Harvard’s secular Sunday school, the BQL wanted to create a place where children in mixed or non-religious families could come together and develop their compassion, creativity, and critical thinking. Now we want to share those lessons with like-minded groups and host a conversation about where we can all go from here.
A Sunday school at the Humanist Hub looks like kids having fun; expressing themselves, having intriguing discussions, sharing stories, and playing together. We want to encourage kids in any way we can to keep asking big questions about what it means to live well in our changing world.
For more information, visit humanisthub.org/kids
Small Groups Coming Soon
We’ll be launching new small groups, starting soon! Please sign up for our newsletter for more info!
Hub Ambassadors Committee
The Hub Ambassadors are a group of Hub Members who volunteer to be ambassadors of our community. We meet monthly and run the annual community Town Hall.
They are: Sarah Chandonnet, Rob Laurent, Steve Matheson, Susan Matheson, Rocky Reichman, Traci Brown, Andrea Kimbriel, Elka Kuhlman, Veronica Lane.
Contact us with any questions, concerns, grievances, etc and the appropriate community committee member will reply to you within a week: firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to be a member of the community committee? Fill out this form! Rolling application. Right now looking to add 1-2 new members. We’ll be in touch within a month.
Want to manage a new program? Fill out this form!