United Coalition of Reason UnitedCoR Newsletter
September 21, 2017
Jase Heap
Jase Heap

Hi <<First Name>>,

This week, we get public support from Unitarian Universalist congregations in Maryland and Illinois, whose recent outreach efforts have included Humanists and other secular-friendly community leaders.

Also, Gleb Tsipursky has an answer for fake news, and Iowa had a symposium for secular parents -- and their kids.

And our writer in residence connects his history of religious violence to the news of today.


Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason

Humanist Army Officer Addresses UU Congregation in Maryland

Major Ryan Jean, Naomi Reed
What is Humanism? A Unitarian Universalist congregation in Maryland wanted to know.

UnitedCoR referred US Army Major Ryan Jean to them. Here's what happened!

People Who Do Good Without a God

Rev. Tom Capo
Rev. Tom Capo of Illinois is a Unitarian Universalist pastor who works to be inclusive.

This week he tells us about his community work, experiences, and secular-friendly ministry.

The Pro-Truth Movement in Politics

Can anything stop fake news? Gleb Tsipursky has an answer.

We support his making it a political issue.

Religious Horrors (Part 3 of 3)

James A Haught
In the last from his three-part series, James Haught arrives at the present.

How does on religious violence from history affect today?

Central Ohio Volunteers, Wins, Celebrates!

Nontheists in central Ohio are so active in their community, they won an award!

And they've got upcoming events you can take part it.

Super-Successful Symposium for Secular Parents

When you're raising secular kids in a religious world, Iowa has a symposium for that!

Parents and kids studied nature, thought critically, and socialized.

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