Welcome to the International Church of Metaphysical Humanism

Metaphysics is the study of consciousness, existence, and reality. The International Church of Metaphysical Humanism (ICMH) is a ministerial organization that advocates a healthy human-centered spiritual philosophy which seeks to explore and understand the human condition as well as to empower the human spirit through grounded and rational metaphysical principles. Metaphysical Humanism stresses looking within oneself to create a healthy balance of physical, metaphysical, spiritual, and psychological concepts as a pathway to Self-Completeness (self-actualization).


Although similar in some respects to Secular Humanism, Metaphysical Humanism takes a broader, less narrow approach to understanding reality. Metaphysical Humanism encourages spiritual self-discovery free of the typical constraints of mainstream religion, Determinism, and dogmatic scientism. Because of a human-centered focus, Metaphysical Humanism is of primary interest to individuals who prefer a more objective approach to spirituality including those with atheistic, agnostic, and/or pantheistic outlooks. Indeed, it is one of the healthiest spiritual belief systems on Earth.

Associate membership in the Church is free to all simply by registering. More information about us including our Principles of Belief is available on the left navigation bar. We warmly invite you to join us to add your perspective in our quest to better understand and enhance the human condition.

We welcome open-minded individuals regardless of heritage, gender, or sexual orientation to join us in exploring and empowering the human spirit!



Associate Membership is Free.

What is Metaphysics and Metaphysical Humanism?

When thinking of metaphysics, many people think of the occult or the devil, or they may conjure up a mental image of whacky New Agers on the fringe of reality touting their latest blend of “snake oil,” or witches and warlocks casting spells as they dance naked around an open fire. While there will always be those on the fringe of any human endeavor, metaphysics in general has nothing to do with the foregoing description.

Metaphysics is actually the scientific study of consciousness, existence, and reality. It explores and endeavors to answer the "Why?" question about who we are, where we came from, and how we fit into the Grand Scheme of things. Anytime a person asks about the nature of how something works, he or she is delving into the realm of metaphysics.