Yale Atheists, Humanists, and Agnostics (AHA) - A group for undergraduate students interested in the Humanist values of reason and compassion that hosts weekly dinners every Tuesday from 6-7:30pm at Silliman College. To join the official list serve and get updates email firstname.lastname@example.org
The None/Others – A student collaborative for Humanist, Atheist, Agnostic, non-Christian, and/or non-traditional students at YDS focused on opening up multi-faith cooperation and dialogue opportunities for non-religious students, and on fostering fully inclusive community within YDS. To find out more, please email the YHC or contact the None/Others directly at YDSNoneOthers@gmail.com.
Humanist Alumni of Yale (HAY) — A shared interest group for Elis committed to exploring nonreligious perspectives on living an ethical life and finding personal fulfillment. Want to learn more about HAY and get involved? Sign up by visiting http://bit.ly/YHCalumni
Nonreligious Large-Group Gathering Schedule:
Humanist Haven - A community gathering where you can ask big questions, explore what gives your life meaning and purpose, and act to make the world a better place. All Humanist Haven meetings feature a thought-provoking topic and take place on the first and third Sundays of the month at 1 PM at The Grove (760 Chapel Street New Haven, CT), unless otherwise noted. Visit http://bit.ly/HumanistHaven for upcoming speakers and topics.
Special Events on Campus – Yale Humanist Community regularly hosts special events on campus with authors, activists, and academics. Sign up for the YHC newsletter to get updates about these events and more: http://bit.ly/YHCnews
Existential Counseling- Need to talk? We’d love to lend an ear. You can set up an existential counseling meeting with Kathleen, our Executive Director and an experienced Humanist counselor, by emailing email@example.com.
Discussion Groups - WTF? (Who or What to Follow?) is a discussion group that meets on the 2nd Sunday of the month at The Grove (760 Chapel St) at 1pm and is free and open to all. WTF? is facilitated by Tom Krattenmaker, a religion-in-public columnist for USA Today, Communications Director at Yale Divinity School, and self-described secular progressive.
SMART Recovery - Are you struggling with addictive behaviors? YHC hosts a weekly SMART Recovery support group meeting every Wednesday at 7 PM at The Grove (760 Chapel St.) Please click here for updates regarding weather-related or other cancellations of our Monday meetings.