Today in the U.S. more and more people are turning from traditional religion. At the same time, atheists and non-religious people are becoming a more visible and vocal in the American civic landscape. Increasingly, non-religious people are looking for communities of their own, where they can come together in service of shared secular values. But what will these communities look like, and why are they important?
James Croft, Ed.M., Doctoral candidate at Harvard and HCH Education and Research Fellow, will present a compelling vision of a nonreligious values-based community which can draw the religious “nones” together in an affirmation of what they do believe in, and help them carry their values into action.
Sunday, October 21. 1:30pm. 12 Eliot Street.