Here you will find news from SELHuG and the Bromley Humanists.

Review of February Brunch

A small group of us gathered on the morning of the 18th February for another gentle Sunday morning brunch. A chance to relax, enjoy some food and conversation. These brunches are valuable for the chance see each other outside the confines of the monthly meetings – to chat to fellow humanists in a relaxed way… Read more »

Bromley March meeting: How Fair is Fair Trade?

When: Wednesday 14th March, 2 – 4pm Where: Bromley (map) Graham Bell will lead a discussion on How fair is Fair Trade? Following a brief account of his study tour of Fair Trade co-operatives in Nicaragua, Graham will lead a discussion to evaluate the fairness of fair trade movement. Graham is a former physics teacher…. Read more »

Introducing Humanism

Join us for a conversation about the best way to live A new, free online course, Introducing Humanism: Non-religious Approaches to Life, starts on Monday 19 February. 3 hours a week, 6 weeks is how long it will take to learn about humanism – a non-religious, ethical worldview shared by millions across the world. Join comedian Sandi… Read more »

Review: British Museum ‘Living with Gods’

On Saturday 6th January a group of us met at the British Museum to visit the acclaimed ‘Living with Gods’ exhibition. The exhibition was split into themed areas – the elements, rituals, death, prayer, etc. This led to an interesting mixture of religions nestling next to each other and it was clear to see common… Read more »

February brunch in New Cross

When: Sunday 18th February, 11am Where: Birdie Num Nums Cafe, 11 Lewisham Way, New Cross, London SE14 6PP (map) February brunch in New Cross We are checking out this friendly family business opposite Goldsmiths this month. It’s a cosy, eclectic café serving full Granola and Greek yoghurt, breakfast wraps, the full ‘Birdie Breakfast’ with Cumberland… Read more »