The holidays are solidly upon us and they can bring up so many emotions. There is the excitement of children celebrating the season with music, cookies, decorations, gifts, seeing extended family, and no school! Adults can and do feel all these things too, but the … read more.
An article from Global Connections Member Susan Runner:
This year WES/Global Connections took an unexpected second trip to our sister community El Rodeo. We learned in the Fall that construction activities for our long-awaited water project had begun. We were all very excited and wished to show … read more.
A few weeks ago, I was talking with a minister colleague whose congregation–like WES–has experienced significant growth in the last couple of years. We were talking about how to design programming for new member engagement, how to manage two platform services…you know, all that exciting … read more.
In a global climate in which the sociopolitical disenfranchisement of people of color remains acute, the Secular Social Justice Conference is a humanist-centered response to the continued marginalization of issues disproportionately impacting communities of color.
Secular Social Justice was pioneered by feminist humanist activist Sikivu Hutchinson. According to Hutchinson, it was developed … read more.
No matter where we are in our lives, no matter our struggles or blessings, we can always use a reminder to be hopeful.
I think of hope as a tool of the imagination. Our world is filled with mystery and with … read more.
Connecting with the Board
Greetings from the WES Board of Trustees! As we approach the halfway point in the board year, I thought this blog post would serve as a good opportunity to remind our fellow WES members how to connect with and make your … read more.