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.
Bromley June meeting: Hypatia of Alexandria
Wednesday 10th May, 2 – 4pm
Speaker: David Brittain
Lewisham Interfaith Walk 2017
When: Sunday 21st May, starting at 1pm We find joining in with the Lewisham Interfaith Walk for Peace a richly rewarding experience. You can read more about our experiences and thoughts on the 2016 walk here. We will be joining the walk again this year and further details about stops along the way are below. Please… Read more »
SELHuG at Nunhead Cemetery Open Day
When: Saturday 20th May, 11am – 5pm Where: Nunhead Cemetery (map) Nunhead Cemetery Open Day is a wonderful community event which attracts thousands of people from across London. Many local groups are represented alongside lots of different activities and things of interest for all the family. SELHuG has a stall there each year, selling second-hand books… Read more »
Catford May Meeting: Why fear death?
When: Thursday 18th May 2017, 7.30pm Where: Catford (map) We will be exploring the landscape of death and dying through readings, from Montaigne and Shakespeare to Tennyson, Bertrand Russell and Richard Dawkins. And through discussion, lead by experienced Humanist celebrants. If you have favourite readings or sayings about death, please bring them along. We are… Read more »
Bromley May Meeting: Injustice and tax havens
When: Wednesday 10th May, 2 – 4pm Where: Bromley (map) John Christensen, Director of Tax Justice Network, will be speaking on ‘Injustice and tax havens’ If you wish to do some study beforehand on this topic you can read Nick Shaxson’s book ‘Treasure Islands’ or there is a link to an interesting film on this topic here (this… Read more »