Humanist Community Project Meetings:
1:00pm to 3:30pm @ 12 Eliot St. Cambridge, Mass. 02138
Humanism is not just a philosophy or just a social movement. Humanism is a creative and progressive approach to the world. The measure of our humanism is our commitment to the greater good through thought, discussion, and action.
Humanism is not religious or irreligious. Humanism’s focus is on the betterment of humankind and the quality of life on Earth. One’s path to humanism is less important than his or her path each day as a Humanist in harmony with others.
Here at Harvard we are building and supporting a strong Humanist community of Harvard undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni, as well as people interested in Humanism in the Boston/Cambridge area.
The Humanist Community Project meets on Sundays throughout Harvard’s academic year. For a complete schedule of Sunday meetings, please check out our online events calendar. Our Sunday community schedule is as follows:
1:00-1:30 – Potluck Brunch (featuring the culinary creations of our HCP Food Committee)
1:30-3:00 – Community Meeting (we have featured speakers including Dr. Rebecca Goldstein, Dr. AC Grayling, Wajahat S. Khan, and Greta Christina)
3:30-4:30 – Humanist Mindfulness Group (Humanist/non-theistic meditation)
In addition to our Sunday meetings, we also feature a weekly discussion group on alternate Wednesday nights from 7-9pm coordinated by the Harvard Humanist Alumni, which is free and open to the public (no Harvard affiliate status required).