The Rise of Humanist Chaplains

The Rise of Humanist Chaplains

Join us as we bring together four groundbreaking humanist chaplains to discuss their experience being some of the first secular chaplains to work in prisons, hospitals, universities, and the military. This first-of-its-kind event will explore how humanists are...
How Do We Go On?

How Do We Go On?

BY DAVID MERCER • 13 NOVEMBER 2020 – Originally published on TheHumanist.com Editor’s Note: David Mercer, a celebrant endorsed by the American Humanist Association, recently performed a backyard humanist funeral. Because such gatherings are...
The Importance of Humanist Ceremonies

The Importance of Humanist Ceremonies

An article by Humanists International: An important alternative to religious ceremonies A moment taken from a humanist wedding (via Humanists UK) Humanists are first and foremost human beings. And like everyone else they might wish to celebrate some of the most...
Teleconference: Serving Humanist Communities

Teleconference: Serving Humanist Communities

Come discuss how humanist professionals (celebrants, chaplains, invocators, lay leaders) and groups (AHA chapters and affiliates) can work together to support and grow humanism locally. We’ll hear from group organizers who also perform ceremonies and...

Finding Opportunity in Crisis

A blog post from the website of Kathy Diedrich, President of The Humanist Society Finding opportunity in crisis is a characteristic of resilient people. Our resilience is being tested daily as we continue to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in relation to...