Here you will find news from SELHuG and the Bromley Humanists.
January social: Troy exhibition at British Museum
When: Sunday 19th January 2020, meeting 10.45 am Where: British Museum (map) – meeting by the information desk in the main hallGo here for information and tickets. Contact on the day: Hester 07791 460552 Outing to see British Museum exhibition: Troy – myth and reality Don’t let the New Year blues get you. Come out… Read more »
New Cross Jan meeting: Ethical dilemmas
When: 2nd January 2020, 7.30pmWhere: The Rose Pub opposite New Cross Gate Station (map) PLEASE NOTE – THIS MEETING WILL BE UPSTAIRS AT THE ROSE PUB, OPPOSITE NEW CROSS GATE STATION, AS NEW CROSS LEARNING ICLOSED OVER THE HOLIDAY PERIOD. Ever-popular Ethical Dilemmas Session Bring your ethical dilemma to our January meeting and put it in the hat. Returning… Read more »
Bromley Dec meeting: AGM and Mythmas
When: Wednesday 11th December, 2 – 4pmWhere: Bromley (map) Join the Bromley Group for their traditional December meeting: some business with the AGM but followed by some celebrating the season – religion not included!
Review: Searching for Meaning – exploring palliative and end of life care
For our November meeting, we were joined by members of the Central London Humanist Group to watch the documentary Searching for Meaning, followed by a discussion with the film’s director Jean-Francois Rodrigues and Simon O’Donoghue, Head of Pastoral Support at Humanists UK Jean-Francois Rodrigues has created a moving and thoughtful exploration of dying and the difference good palliative and… Read more »
BBC campaign update and Dec demo
National Secular Society explain why Thought for the Day is discriminatory The National Secular Society’s recent podcast (28 October) explained very well why TFTD is discriminatory. In a society where religion has been so prevalent, many of us were brought up with the idea that morals come from religion and that society becomes more immoral… Read more »