As well as our regular monthly meetings, we also organise one-off events. We aim for these to be entertaining, sociable , educational and interesting. Events we have organised in the last few years have included visits to places of historical interest, exhibitions, talks and social outings.
We also hold a stall at Nunhead Cemetery Open Day every year and join in with various interfaith events in Lewisham and surrounding areas.

For the schedule of our forthcoming monthly meetings and other events please go here.

January meeting: What is wikimedia?

When: Thursday 7 January, 7.30pmWhere: Online via Zoom (link to follow) What’s Wikimedia? And why is it so important today? I bet last time you looked up something, Wikipedia was used. And I bet you’re aware that its entries are written and edited by volunteers… indeed, maybe, that you too can contribute to it! When Wikipedia, the… Read more »

Book Sale

At our usual December gathering, along with other activities, we traditionally hold a book auction or sale. Unfortunately we can’t meet in person this year but SELHuG member David is kindly organising a socially-distanced book sale so we don’t miss out on bargain reading material, as well as helping raise funds for our coffers. 1…. Read more »

Christmas Storytelling coffee morning

When: Sunday 6th December at 11.30amWhere: online via Zoom, use this link: LATEST: BBC Radio 4 newsreader Susan Rae, the one with the silvery Scottish accent, is joining fellow humanist readers at this event! Join us for an hour of festive readings from Dickens to Carol Ann Duffy. You bring the coffee and we’ll… Read more »

Black Humanists win Faith & Belief award

You can see the London Faith & Belief Community Awards live at 7pm on Monday 30 November on Facebook The Association of Black Humanists has learned it is among winners to be honoured at the London Faith & Belief Community Awards 2020 in late November. The group, which SELHuG proudly nominated for the Health &… Read more »

December meeting: Write for Rights

When: Thursday 3rd December 2020, 7.30pmWhere: Online via Zoom: In November and December every year Amnesty International run a campaign called Write for Rights, encouraging people to write messages of support to people around the world who have suffered injustice and to write appeal letters to figures in authority.  Last December we took part in the campaign, the… Read more »