HUUmanists is an acronym for First Church's Religious Humanist discussion group, meeting after church the 2nd Sunday of each month, as posted on the calendar.


Religious Humanists stand within the general position of naturalistic humanism. This is true in their understanding of the universe, of the importance of the scientific method, and of the place of religion and values in human life.


It is an effort to integrate the seven principles of Unitarian Universalism into our thinking and practice. Books and essays, classic and current, addressing diverse issues serve as the catalysts for discussion.


Contact Dick Bozian at 513.521.2391 to find out more about this group. Meeting dates and topics are published in the Newsletter.


- Humanism at the Unitarian Universalist Association