Salt Lake City Post-Mormons

CHAPTER INTRODUCTION

If you've left the LDS Church, are considering leaving or just no longer believe, please know that you're not alone.  If you would like to meet and socialize with those in a similar situtation, we welcome you to our group.  All who are located anywhere near the Salt Lake City area are invited to join us.

Please check back here for announcements of upcoming events.  

Contact  Josh at: SLCPostmormons@gmail.com if you have any questions or to join our mailing list.

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SLC Lecture:  Bob McCue:  The Evolving Self in Post-Mormon Relationships

Posted by joshinthedesert on April 16, 2014
Bob McCue will be speaking at Legends Sports Grill, 277 S 200 W, SLC, at 7pm on Thursday, April 24th, 2014.  
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Lectures by David Twede, Bob McCue, and a BYU Professor

Posted by joshinthedesert on April 07, 2014
We have quite the lineup -- David Twede (4/11), a BYU writer (4/10), and Bob McCue (4/24).
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Every Sunday in Utah

Posted by joshinthedesert on February 01, 2014
Every Sunday, there's something going on along the Wasatch Front
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Weekly Events

Posted by joshinthedesert on January 20, 2014
There are coffees each Sunday and Thursday
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Salt Lake Events the week before christmas

Posted by joshinthedesert on December 07, 2013
The week before Christmas we are doing a large number of parties, including a Liquor 101 for all those new (and old!) drinkers out there and our big party of the year -- the Festivus party on the 21st!  That's the week plenty of people come in from out of town and hang out with us.  There's something going on every day.  So, here's what's up:
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Joseph’s Changing Myth with Grant Palmer—Nov 6—7pm—SLC Library

Posted by joshinthedesert on October 30, 2013
Main auditorium of the SLC Library.

According to rumor, the church will be changing it's manuals to address the inconsistencies of the first vision. Well, we thought it was appropriate to learn some more of the nuances in Joseph Smith's history before then..

Grant Palmer was a former Church Educational System Institute Director and teacher.


The outline will also be available viahttp://www.mormonthink.com/grantpalmer.htm­ the day of the talk.
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