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The Program for This Sunday

 

 

Richard Carrier, a world-renowned author, professional historian, published philosopher, and prominent defender of the American freethought movement, speaks on Sunday, November 2nd, on "Proving History: Bayes's Theorem and the Quest for the Historical Jesus." Dr. Carrier will demonstrate that valid historical methods—not only in the study of Christian origins but in any historical study—can be described by, and reduced to, the logic of Bayes’s Theorem.

 
Coming Events & Announcements
For a full list of all our programs, activities and announcements for this month, see our Newsletter page. 

 

• Our Fiction Circle, led by Ken Novak and Sue Sherman, meets on Sunday, November 2nd, at 12:15 p.m. We’ll discuss Maria Semple’s Where’d You Go, Bernadette, a compulsive, satiric novel about misplaced genius and a mother’s and daughter’s role in an absurd 21st Century world.

 

• Our popular Second Saturday Coffeehouse, hosted by Vicki Elberfeld, is on November 8th. It begins with an open mic at 8 p.m. Singer/songwriter/guitarist Larry Mesirow is the featured performer. He returns to perform ballads, love songs, satirical songs, songs from the Caribbean, Mexico, Ireland, England, France, Russia, Germany, and Nigeria, songs of the Sephardic Jews, and many songs from the good ole U. S. of A. The $8 donation includes refreshments.

 

 
Fall in to EHSC

Come join us for Fall in to EHSC at the Ethical Humanist Society

Saturday, November 15th, 5:00 p.m.

 

Interested in kicking off your holiday the right way? How about meeting great people, eating great food, and contributing to a great cause? If you like those teasers then you will love the real thing: Fall in to EHSC at the Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago. 

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Sunday School

 

This Sunday, November 2nd, we'll be  learning about the history of All Souls Day and the Day of the Dead. We will create an ofrenda to honor the memory of loved ones (pets, too) who are no longer living. Bring a photo of them and mementos of what they liked. We invite all members to participate.

 
Our Sunday School is open to children from birth through 8th grade. Join us as we explore the world and our place in it through discussions, play, crafts, and critical thinking. Newcomers welcome!

 
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Who We Are

Click here to watch a short video about our community!

 

The Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago, founded in 1882, is a self-governing, inclusive, caring community—providing a home to those who seek a rational, compassionate philosophy of life without regard to belief or non-belief in a supreme being.

 

 

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Sundays, 10:30 a.m. to noon

 

Sunday School for children runs concurrently, September - May

 
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