Mission Statement

celebrateHumanismOur mission is to build a secular community where non-believers can feel safe and supported.

We support critical thinking and evidence-based understanding of the natural world.

We support building secular communities using democratic principles and the active pursuit of the separation of religion and government.

We seek to give a voice to humanists, atheists and agnostics through discussion, constructive activism, education and philanthropy.

We seek to use our human capacities of empathy, compassion and rational thinking as the foundation for ethical behaviour.

 

Upcoming HAAM Events
  1. HAAM and Eggs Brunch

    July 21 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Save the Dates!

HAAM and Eggs Brunch

July 21st and August 18th

Morden Outreach

August 23rd – 25th

Fall Meetings

Sept 14th, Oct 5th, Nov 16th

Other Upcoming Events

For community events of interest to HAAM members, click here.

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