t, we will determine
what are needs are, discuss the format for future meetups, and go from
there. What I had envisioned was to have monthly discussion groups with a
pre-set topic (eg church-state issues in school, managing relationships
with religious family members, talking about death, helping our
children to navigate peer shunning and loss of friendships due to
religious differences, etc.), but we will go with the needs of the
group. We will also discuss the social needs of our secular families in
order to create the best events and programs for a supportive community.
Topic for 10/27: What challenges do you face as a secular parent/family? What would you like to see in a secular community?
This event is designed to be for adults only. Babies in arms are okay,
but please leave other children at home so that we can focus on the
topic at hand with minimal distraction.
This is especially for both moms and dads, but grandparents and parents-to-be are also welcome.
We are meeting at Homegrown Brewhouse at 117 S Main St in Summerville. They are a small, locally-owned
pub who is allowing us to use their space. Please buy a drink or two if
you can, and please no outside food or drink. They have non-alcoholic
beverages as well as some food.
I hope to see you there!
President, Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry