Spiritual Humanism is a religion based on the ability of human beings
to solve the problems of society using logic and science.
Most people need a religion to help guide them through life’s challenges and difficult moral decisions.
Recognizing the power of religious rituals, methods, and communication on human behavior, Spiritual Humanism fuses traditional religious behaviors onto the foundation of scientific humanist inquiry.
While it is impossible to remove age-old traditions from human culture, Spiritual Humanism seeks to redirect them by redefining their underlying significance and meanings.
Spiritual Humanism does not require its members to perform any particular practices.
It recognizes that each person’s spirituality has to be developed individually. Spiritual Humanism encourages everyone to draw upon whatever religious traditions and behaviors are most appropriate for his or her own unique situation and background.
- from Church of Spiritual Humanism