"Doubt & Mystery: A Humanist Calendar" Edition of Religious Humanism Journal Available to Members Today!

We are pleased to announce the publication of our latest edition of the UUHA's official publication, the Journal of Religious Humanism. Paid UUHA members should receive a digital copy of the journal via email today.

Our latest issue of the journal is "Doubt and Mystery: A Humanist Calendar."

This issue explores one means of ritualizing those very human emotions—a calendar of humanist holidays—regular opportunities for exploring that difficult but worthwhile goal, linking our appreciation of the mysteries of life and of the Cosmos, with our natural skepticism.


SAVE THE DATE: The UUHA Annual Meeting

Dear UUHA Members,

Each year the Unitarian Universalist Humanist Association Board hosts the UUHA Annual Meeting. This is a vital opportunity for members to meet directly with UUHA leadership. Items on the Annual meeting agenda include, but are not limited to, elections for open UUHA Board positions, announcement of our UUHA Person of the Year, and a chance to brief members on programming and general updates.

Last year's online Annual Meeting was a smashing success, with UUHA members nationwide able to join and engage in member business from the safety and comfort of their own home. For this year's Annual Meeting, we plan to meet online once again. Read more about SAVE THE DATE: The UUHA Annual Meeting »

UPCOMING EVENT - Panel: "Does Humanism Have a Future in Unitarian Universalism?"

The UU Humanist Association is participating in an exciting discussion, hosted by the First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh, to discuss the place of Humanism in Unitarian Universalism. The event will be led by Rev. David Breeden of First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, and the discussion will be Shared with UUHA President Leika Lewis-Cornwell.


Details and Registration information is below: Read more about UPCOMING EVENT - Panel: "Does Humanism Have a Future in Unitarian Universalism?" »


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