Earl Wunderli, author of An Imperfect Book; What the Book of Mormon tells us about itself will address Humanists of Utah. Wunderli, long-time member chapter member, spent decades researching, writing and refining this book.
The meeting will be held Thursday, March 13, 2014 at 7:30 PM in Eliot Hall at the First Unitarian Church at 569 South 1300 East, in Salt Lake City. The lecture will be followed by questions and answers and light refreshments and informal discussion. All interested people are welcome; there is no charge although donations are always welcome.
Freethought Groups Meetings
SHIFT, a student group at the University of Utah has regular meetings.
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As a Certified Humanist Minister, Elaine Stehel serves secular, humanist, non-theist, and inter-religious Utahans. First consultation meetings are free of charge. Fees (found here) include three pre-event meetings, unlimited phone calls and e-mails, and day-of event officiating. A non-refundable deposit of $30 (toward the total cost) is required to hold the date for your event.
If you wish to have an officiant at any non-conventional life event not listed on the site, please contact Elaine at elaine at humanistsofutah. for a free consultation meeting to see what can be arranged! All of life is worth celebrating.
Homeless Youth Resource Center
We did a good job at our summer picnic; we collected a lot of needed items and money for the HYRC. The sincerely appreciated our help but we did not include a golden goose; our donations did not last forever.
The HYRC is a perennial need; The HoU Board is committed to continue supporting this worthy cause.
We are planning another major collection event at our December banquet. Please plan on donating things season specific items like coats, blankets, and even sleeping bags.
You can also money any time, just present it to any board member and we will see that it gets delivered.
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