The Humanists of Minnesota offers an increasing variety of programming for our members and friends. Our goal is to provide many opportunities for social connection, ethical development, educational inquiry, societal critique and cultural pursuits in a supportive community that celebrates life in the here and now.
Attends to the practical application of the humanist lifestance in our everyday lives; examines ways to live intentionally and mindfully. Second Saturday of the month.
Just a good time socializing with other humanists and freethinkers. First Friday of the month alternating between Minneapolis and St. Paul locations.
Explores human experience through poetry. We read and share poems on a specific theme the last Friday of each month at 7pm at the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.
A "video salon" for viewing a TED Talk presentation together followed by small group discussion. First Saturday of the month at 3:30pm at the Sumner Library just west of downtown Minneapolis.
Sessions are held periodically for those who are new to humanism or who want to brush up on the basics. Topics covered include: the preeminence of science and reason, ethical foundations and commitments, and making meaning and creating purpose.