Secular Hub has been a proud supporter and participant in Denver’s annual celebration for several years. The outreach and volunteerism has been growing and it is because Pride is such a special and brilliant event.
We’re greatly looking forward to next year and looking forward to carrying the spirit and principles of PRIDE within us until then.
“There’s no magic and there’s no magical punishments for not believing”
Like any subculture, Atheism develops it’s own art and culture which is meaningful to those within it. It’s usually the coolest people within the group who do the work to create that art so it’s nice to be able to sit down with someone cool from the group and get their thoughts.
Paul speaks with podcast newcomer but longtime Secular Hub member Dan. Dan shares some of his background story and thoughts. They get into some deep and meaningful stuff. Dan also shares two original songs with the Hubcast, so please enjoy.
Original Songs: “There A’int No I in Murca” and “Monkey Cop”
Guest: Dan the Man
Host: Paul Schilling
Editor: Paul Schilling
Logo Design: Terry Kirkham
The views and opinions expressed are those of their respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Secular Hub.
The Secular HubCast: The Voice of Denver’s Secular Hub.
This is what secular community is all about; making special moments happen and being part of it when it does. It was great fun to be able to help arrange an event where we show a fun documentary with fun people in it and then…one of the stars of the doc walks into the room.
Huge thanks to Matt King and to the Meow Wolf for coming down to the Secular Hub and spending time talking with and answering questions for the community.
Listen to hear many in-depth answers to well-thought-out questions about one of the most interesting art collectives in our time.
No one knows exactly where Meow Wolf lives or where it comes from, but it has entered our universe and it’s not leaving. There’s a great deal of interest and excitement around Meow Wolf’s permanent Santa Fe location, ‘The House of Eternal Return’ and an unholy amount of anticipation around Meow Wolf’s future permanent locations in Las Vegas and Denver.
Meow Wolf’s new locations are larger than the original (the Meow Wolf’s influence grows constantly!) and there are plans for many locations in many new cities.
Meow Wolf co-founder Matt King visited and joined into conversation with the Secular Hub at the Dinner and a Documentary event for January. Engaging in a nearly hour long Q-and-A discussion with our community he then sat down before our microphones for a 1-0n-1 interview.
Events such as this are a remarkable example of just what a special place the Secular Hub is. Hope to see you there soon.
For those who live without religion significant and profound human moments can be difficult to really commemorate. It seems that important moments, be they:
Funerals and memorials
or any other powerful life change requires special acknowledgement. For instance, when one decides to change one’s gender ‘coming out’ as that new person when the process is done can be extremely helpful for the person and the community. Similarly, holding a memorial after a loved one dies helps the community remember that person and properly begin to grieve so as to move on.
Tim and Jennifer are registered Life Cycle Celebrants who perform non-religious ceremonies. Sometimes these are mixed religion ceremonies where the participants desire a non-religious ceremony (so no one feels excluded). Other times ceremonies performed are for the secular and Humanist society (which is their specialty).