Speaker: Rev. David Breeden
Sunday, October 20, 2019
“Congregational humanism” is a more accurate term than the older “religious humanism” for what we do at FUS. Why? Because Humanist thought is consistent in both congregational and secular contexts. It’s not the concepts that are different. It is that some people enjoy congregating in ways that have been traditionally considered religious, and other people don’t.
Text (PDF): Belonging Congregationally