Where We Have Been

If one picture is worth a thousand words, then the Humanists of North Central Florida have a lot to share with you. Here are just some of the many adventures we’ve had, places we’ve been and public events in which we have participated.

An Introduction to Humanism was the purpose of the HNCFL event November 8, 2017 at The Brick in Ocala. Lots of new and long-time friends attended.

Litter Control: Ten HNCFL members picked up a mountain of trash along our Adopt-a-Road stretch of SW 80th Avenue in December 2017. And cheerfully, too!

Litter pickup 12- 2017

Secular Tables is one of HNCFL’s most popular activities. Everyone is invited to attend the informal luncheons held the first Wednesday of each month. Attendees are required to RSVP by the last day of the previous month. So come and join us for delicious food and great conversation. Here we are at Mesa de Notte in July 2017.

R.A.M.A.L. students at the Boys and Girls Club with teachers Mr. Carlos Rodriguez and Ms. Theresa Roberts assisted by high school leaders Trinity Bonner and Alyssa Hagen. The Boys and Girls Club 2017 Marion County Ocala Branch Summer Camp is reaching 180 students. Thank you Humanists of North Central Florida for helping students learn this summer.

In Observance of Juneteenth: A presentation on June 17, 2017 by the Rev. Leroy Chandler drew parallels between the slave ships that transported slaves from Africa and the environs of many black communities in “Slave Ships Emerge in American Cities.”

March for Science: We joined the March for Science in Gainesville on April 22, 2017.

Litter Control: To make the world a little cleaner place, HNCFL members filled 11 bags of trash along our Adopt-a-Road stretch of SW 80th Avenue in March 2017.

Dining in the Dark: Members attend the Dining in the Dark fundraiser in October for the Marion County chapter of the Florida Center for the Blind.

In support of the LGBTQ community:  June 2016 gathering on the Ocala Square in support of Pulse victims and their families.

Secular Conversations: Members attended monthly meetings about a variety of interesting topics. See the latest programs here.

Secular Friends at Home: Members have been sharing food, wine and conversation at each other’s homes. See more information here.

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