Teleconference: Serving Humanist Communities

Teleconference: Serving Humanist Communities

Come discuss how humanist professionals (celebrants, chaplains, invocators, lay leaders) and groups (AHA chapters and affiliates) can work together to support and grow humanism locally. We’ll hear from group organizers who also perform ceremonies and...
Teleconference: Best Practices During COVID-19

Teleconference: Best Practices During COVID-19

Walking down the aisle: close to guests, not able to distance Options for where to stand when officiating Driving to a long-distance wedding. Where to use a bathroom? Not wanting to be indoors. Couples who say ‘no masks’ People who approach you after the ceremony...
Teleconference: Facing COVID-19 Challenges

Teleconference: Facing COVID-19 Challenges

Tuesday, April 14th at 8pm ET How to Join: All Humanist Society Teleconferences are conducted via the Zoom meeting platform. Presentations will make use of visual elements like PowerPoints and screen sharing, so joining via computer, smartphone, or tablet is...
Teleconference: Humanist Invocations

Teleconference: Humanist Invocations

About the Presentation: Since the 2014 Supreme Court decision affirming that sectarian, religious invocations at local legislative meetings are permitted, the Central Florida Freethought Community (CFFC) has facilitated 86 Humanist invocations, including one in the...