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

Bromley May Meeting: Facts and evidence in a post-truth world

When: Wednesday 9th May, 2 – 4pm Where: Bromley (map) Dr Liam Shaw on Facts and evidence in a post-truth world. Are we living in a post truth world?  Every day we hear claims about health, politics and society:  how to fix education, cut crime , improve our health or save the environment. Some of these… Read more »

Review: Faith to Faithless

For our meeting on 5th April, we had a talk and discussion about what it means to leave your religion. “You might as well be in another country” Audrey Simmons from the non-profit organisation ‘Faith to Faithless’ says that for many people, leaving their faith is like living in another country. If your faith is… Read more »

May Walk: Happy Valley

When: Sunday 20th May, 11am Where: meet at Coulsdon South Station (map) Due to bad weather, we had to cancel our March walk. We will be redoing this walk in May. Details of walk are here. Trains currently run: London Bridge 10.26am to East Croydon (10.40am) East Croydon 10.49am to Coulsdon South (10.56am) Please check… Read more »

New Cross May Meeting: Zionism and Britain

When: Thursday 3rd May 2018, 7.30pm Where: New Cross (map) Zionism and Britain: understanding the origins of Israel  A talk by Gardner Thompson, followed by discussion The modern state of Israel came into being in May 1948. The circumstances and timing of its birth were determined largely by World War Two and the horror of the Holocaust. But the origins of… Read more »

Review: Introducing Humanism course

A free online 6 week course started in February, created by Humanists UK. SELHuG Chair Hester Brown decided to work through the course and gives us her thoughts below. A link to the course is here.  Free online course about humanism: one learner’s experience I can heartily recommend this course which offers to introduce you to humanism… Read more »