Dale McGowan recently visited the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture and discovered ten things that make a Humanist community successful.
He goes into some depth on each item, but here is the short version of his list:
10. A great space.
7. A call to action.
6. Ritual. (Uh oh, I lost half the audience.)
2. Multiple generations.
1. A warm welcome.
Some of those really require Dale’s full explanations, so check them out.
Oddly enough, it sounds exactly like what churches try to emphasize as they try to grow.
(via The Meming of Life)