We are a non profit corporation organized to advocate humanism among our membership and the larger community.
What is humanism anyway? This is a question that we frequently get asked. Come to our September 12th meeting in Eliot Hall at the First Unitarian Church located at 569 South 1300 East in Salt Lake City and get some insights.
Jared Anderson (MA, CHM) is a Religious Humanist chaplain focusing on the intersection of human needs and religion. He taught university courses on religion for thirteen years and now ministers in prison, hospice, and university settings. He founded the Olam Institute, which fosters constructive approaches to religion and religious education.
Please come and bring a friend.
Jared Anderson (MA, BCC) is endorsed by the AHA Humanist Society as a Chaplain, Celebrant, and Lay Leader. He provides rituals across the life span for birth, coming of age, and divorce, as well as weddings and funerals. He specializes in designing personalized ceremonies that integrate ideas from art, history and popular culture. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Humanists of Utah is a nonprofit organization supported in large part by dues paying members. Our other major source of funds comes from generous gifts, mostly from the same dues payers who give a little more. In February 2003, chapter member Marion Craig died and left HoU a bequest of $20,000. We invested this money in an endowment fund. The interest is still helping to pay for banquets, special events, etc. When you create your personal will please consider leaving a gift to Humanists of Utah.