Friday 4-5:30pm @ 12 Eliot St. Cambridge, Mass
The Harvard Community of Humanists, Atheists, and Agnostics was founded to create and continue a dialogue about faith, morality, God and religion, while providing a community for Humanist, agnostic, atheist and non-religious undergraduate students. Sign up for our mailing list!
The Harvard Secular Society seeks to encourage consciousness of the various political, scientific, social and cultural issues surrounding secularism and Humanism. Accordingly, HSS sponsors speaker events, panel discussions, debates, social functions and other educational and cultural programs.
The Harvard Secular Society welcomes members of every gender, ethnicity, religious background, and sexuality.
We seek to maintain a positive and communicative relationship with other religious and political groups on campus, and welcome our responsibility to give back to the community, lending support to community service and political campaigns affecting secularism or Humanism.
We meet every week on Fridays from 4:00-5:30pm at the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard‘s space at 12 Eliot Street Cambridge, Mass., just around the corner from Charlie’s Kitchen.