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September 29

Charles Francis Potter

1929 The first service of the Humanist Society, the first independent Humanist congregation, was held at Steinway Hall in New York City. Charles Francis Potter, a Unitarian minister and one of the signers of the first Humanist Manifesto, conducted the service and delivered the sermon, “A New Faith for a New Age.”

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