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

June Brunch in Forest Hill

When: Sunday 17th June 2017, from 11am Where: Canvas and Cream cafe, Forest Hill (map) For our brunch in June we will be returning to Canvas and Cream in Forest, for a relaxed brunch and good conversation with fellow Humanists. If you wish you had more time to discuss and explore ideas at our monthly meetings,… Read more »

New Cross June Meeting: Digital Humanism

When: Thursday 7th June 2018, 7.30pm Where: New Cross (map) We are very pleased to be able to able to reschedule this talk and discussion, after having to cancel our March meeting due to adverse weather.  Digital Humanism – shaping a future for people and robots We all have a vague idea about a digital… Read more »

Nunhead Cemetery Open Day

When: Saturday 19th 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 every year, selling second-hand books,… Read more »

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 »