First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, a UU Humanist congregation with members throughout the Twin Cities area, one of 11 UU congregations in this 7-county area.

At 900 Mount Curve, up the hill from the Walker Art Center, First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis has >400 members supporting its extensive program of secular, humanist, atheist, agnostic, sceptical, freethinking activities in its 3-story building:  In addition to programs described on its website, FUS welcomes many other groups, including Humanists of MN (including its Friday evening Poetry Group), Or Emit (a Humanist Jewish congregation celebrating its Seder), and Sunday Assembly (2pm Sundays beginning in June, 2014). Dr. David Breeden, FUS Senior Minister, hosts a weekly TV program, FREETHINKING FORUM, produced by SCMN Co-Chair Bill Weir, which appears on cable public-access channels throughout the Twin Cities metro area, including three times a week in the NW suburbs on channel 20, Mondays 4:30pm and Tuesdays 12:30am and 8:30am.

When did Minneapolis first hear addresses on Humanism?  In 1916 when Rev. John Dietrich spoke to First Unitarian Soociety as its Minister.  FUS continues through all the years since to be a national center for UU Humanism.  Contact the Membership staff at 612-377-6608 and ask for Wendy.