Humanist Ethics

Far too many people believe that the only thing that keeps us good is fear of punishment. But a positive ethics doesn’t depend on eternal punishment, so much as an ethic of love and justice for all.

What Do We Want?

Almost 100 years ago a new religious movement was clearly emerging in this country, and Unitarians were in the middle of it. While humanists are often identified by what they aren’t, from very early on humanists have been sharing a positive view of the world, too. The Humanist Manifesto was one of those efforts, and … Continued

Natural Religion

As we spend the month unpacking what it means that we’re a church deeply rooted in humanism, the first question we have to ask is where does knowledge come from. And the answer to that question brings our tradition right to the doors of natural religion.