Coffee and Community – Episode 69

Sundays are not so holy anymore.  Not if we have anything to say about it.  And so we have coffee and community, a place for nonbelievers to get together.  To share in that tradition and basic human need of community and togetherness is what brings us together.

C & C is one of the Hub’s longest-running and most popular events.  It’s a great way to share a drink, break bread, and share ideas and learn from each other.  Just don’t call it atheist church, thankfully we’re not worshiping or idolizing anything except that blessed molecule, caffeine.

GUESTS:

Many guests and attendees including:

Chauncey, Becky, Joe, Mugsy, Lianna, Cathy, Pam

HOST, EDITOR:  Jesse Gilbertson

Logo Design: Terry Kirkham

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Music: A Himitsu – Adventures (unedited, used under Creative Commons License)

Episode 52 – Love

DENVER PRIDE

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.

Hosts:  Jesse Gilbertson, Chauncey

GUESTS:

Becky, Secular Hub board member

Claudette, Freedom From Religion Foundation, Denver Chapter

HOTS (Human On The Street):  Mugsy, Caley, Tessa, Zena, Michelle

Secular Hub Members/Volunteers:  Amy, Anne, Joe, Chauncey, Jesse

Editor: Jesse Gilbertson

Logo Design: Terry Kirkham

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Music: A Himitsu – Adventures (unedited, used under Creative Commons License)

Episode 27 – The Longest Night

Happy New Year!  The year’s end is a time for being with the people most important to us, saying goodbye to the past, and looking forward to the future.

Celebrations around this time of year can sometimes be difficult for nonbelievers, especially without the received ceremonies and traditions that our religious friends can rely on.  That’s why the Secular Hub opens up with its own traditions and parties.

In this slice-of-life recording, Jesse gets several Hub members to open up about traditions, volunteerism, and other topics important to those being interviewed.  It’s also a party, and you can hear all the fun and merriment that Hubsters are known for!

Email the Hubcast team:  podcast@secularhub.org.  We’re waiting to hear from you!

The Hub’s Meetup.com page is one of the best ways to learn what is happening.  Learn about Recovering From Religion, the Pancake Breakfast, Movie Night, and every other group and activity mentioned.

How does Project C.U.R.E help children (and others) around the world?  Learn here and you’ll see why freethinkers in Denver are helping them out

What does it mean to sweat the small stuff?  Andrew Seidel from the FFRF explains in this video why it’s so important

Host:  Jesse Gilbertson

Guest:  Numerous

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.
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Music: A Himitsu – Adventures (unedited, used under Creative Commons License)
Logo Design: Terry Kirkham
Editor: Jesse Gilbertson