Hartford, Conn. -- Hartford Faith & Values (HartfordFAVS.com), Connecticut’s nonsectarian, nonprofit religion news website, has teamed up with The Yale Humanist Community to host the forum “Ask an Atheist” at the Yale University campus in New Haven.
The April 7 forum will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in Linsly-Chittenden Hall, room LC 102, at 63 High St.
The forum will provide the public and faith community the opportunity to ask questions to secular groups in Connecticut. Panelists include:
- Chris Stedman, Humanist Chaplain at Harvard University, atheist columnist for the Religion News Service, author of Faitheist, and Coordinator of Humanist Life for the Yale Humanist Community
- Dennis Paul Himes, Connecticut State Director of American Atheists
- Tanya Barrett, co-chair, Connecticut Coalition of Reason
- Dan Blinn, co-chair, Connecticut Coalition of Reason and Humanist columnist for HartfordFAVS
The forum is free for Yale University students and open to the public. There is a $5 suggested donation (cash or checks payable to RNSLLC) for non-students. The faith community is encouraged to attend. The event is a fundraiser for Hartford Faith & Values.
For more information, contact HartfordFAVS Editor Ann Marie Somma at 203-217-9510 or [email protected].
About Hartford Faith & Values
Hartford Faith & Values is an affiliate of the award-winning Religion News Service, launched in September 2012 through the generosity of a grant from the Lilly Endowment. The nonprofit online publication covers faith and values news in Connecticut.