FRESH is the Frederick, Maryland chapter of the Washington Area Secular Humanists (WASH). Welcome! Please join your fellow humanists, atheists, agnostics, skeptics and secularists for monthly discussions, social gatherings and speakers.
Magna est veritas et proevalebit. (truth is mighty and shall prevail)
Monthly FRESH Meetings are generally held on the 2nd Sunday of each month from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. FRESH sometimes meets on different days for special events.
April Monthly Meeting
When: Sunday, April 14, 2013 at 1:30 p.m.
Where: C. Burr Artz Public Library
In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month in April, this month’s meeting will be: “Honor Thy Children: Religion’s Role in Child Abuse,” an overview of how increased religiosity is a risk factor for child abuse. Please RSVP and feel free to bring a small donation or toy that will be given to foster children here in Frederick County.
Recent meeting topics
- December 9, 2012: Holiday Luncheon at NOLA’s
- November 14, 2012: Happy Hour at NOLA’s
- October 7, 2012: Steve Gimbel, author of Einstein’s Jewish Science
- September 23, 2012: Edwina Rogers, executive director of the Secular Coalition
- September 8, 2012: FRESH at Frederick In the Streets
- August 12, 2012: luncheon at Brewer’s Alley
- July 1, 2012: “Secular Judaism,” panel discussion featuring Rivka Gates and Antonia Bookbinder
- June 10, 2012: Planning Meeting
- May 6, 2012: “Honor Thy Children: Religion’s Role in Child Abuse,” by Heatherly Hodges
- April 10, 2012: “Belief, Skepticism, and Critical Thinking,” by Karl Schuch
- Wikipedia on Secular Humanism
- Secular Coalition for America
- Americans United
- Foundation Beyond Belief
- Freedom From Religion Foundation
- Secular Student Alliance
- Center for Inquiry – D.C.
- American Humanist Alliance
- Council for Secular Humanism
- Society for Humanistic Judaism
- Washington Area Secular Humanists
- Hagerstown Freethinkers
- Invisible Unicorn
Washington Area Secular Humanists
P.O. Box 15319
Washington, DC 20003
Disclaimer: Frederick County Public Library neither endorses nor promotes the views of FRESH or its presenters.