Join us for the MHA Sunday Brunch at Sombra Mexican Kitchen in Flowood. From the made-from-scratch corn and flour tortillas to the freshly made margaritas, Sombra Mexican Kitchen knows how to put on a great brunch. MHA Sunday Brunch isn’t just about the food and drinks, though. It’s also the place to go to enjoy fun, stimulating conversation with like-minded people.
The regular monthly Board of Directors Meeting of the Mississippi Humanist Association (MHA) will be held in the upstairs Community Room of Whole Foods Market, in Jackson, MS.
Members are encouraged to attend, as your ideas and contributions are what drives the activities of the MHA. Come join us and let's make the MHA the best it can be!
Join us for MHA Sunday Brunch at Chesterfield's in Hattiesburg. Get ready for delicious food and engaging conversation with other humanists. Look for the silver colander. We can’t wait to see you there!
Please RSVP at email@example.com so we can save you a spot!
The Mississippi Humanist Association (MHA) is pleased to present filmmaker & photographer Chris Johnson and his documentary film, A Better Life: An Exploration of Joy & Meaning In A World Without God, and we invite you to join us for this FREE “Mississippi Premier” screening!
We had so much fun at brunch last month, we decided to do it again! Please support our efforts to expand our events outside of the Jackson area by joining us for brunch. We'll be meeting at 11:00 at Patio 44 in Hattiesburg. 3822 W 4th Street. We're hoping the weather is great for patio seating. Just look for the silver colander! Please RSVP via Facebook or Meetup or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can let the restaurant know how many people are coming.
November is for giving! Let’s help our fellow humans! In lieu of Second Sunday Brunch in November, please join us on the second Saturday at the Mississippi Food Network (MFN) to pack boxes of food for distribution.
The Mississippi Humanist Association is partnering with Organizing for America, Indivisible Jackson, and other Mississippi groups to demand a new Mississippi state flag that represents ALL Mississippians. NO Mississippian should look a their state flag and see a symbol of oppression and segregation.
Come join the Mississippi Humanist Association (MHA) for the October MHA Second Sunday Brunch! This month we will be at Surin Thai and Sushi, in the private dining area. Please be sure to RSVP via Facebook, Meetup or email (email@example.com) so we can make sure to save you a seat!
***EVENT RESCHEDULED: NEW DATE - NEW LOCATION!*** Come join the Mississippi Humanist Association (MHA) for Gods and Spaceships: Religion and Technology in Science Fiction, an afternoon discussion of religion and science fiction with Patrick D. Hopkins, Ph.D. The MHA is pleased to present this event free of charge and we hope you will make plans to join us for what is sure to be an interesting afternoon!