SELHuG is a group for humanists, and people interested in a non-religious world view, in south-east London.
Humanism is an everyday philosophy, a positive, practical approach to life which is open to every single person.
We hold monthly meetings, often with a speaker, to discuss philosophy and ethics, current affairs and social justice issues.
We organise public and social events, and support humanist campaigns and charities.
SELHuG is also a hub for professional and volunteer practitioners in south-east London such as humanist celebrants, school volunteers and interfaith activists.
Please do browse the website and if you would like to join us at one of our meetings or events we will be very happy to welcome you, whatever your interest and level of involvement.
SELHuG is a partner of Humanists UK and affiliated to the National Secular Society.
Where is SELHuG meeting this autumn 2021?
We are hoping that New Cross Learning – the community library where we usually meet – will be open again from September. In any event, we will still Zoom the meeting too, so if the library is not open we will still be meeting on Zoom.
And we will continue to meet both physically and on Zoom for the foreseeable future so that you can attend and be safe, whether you feel ready to meet in person or continue online for now.
When meetings in the library do continue, we will make them as safe as possible by asking everyone to wear masks (unless speaking and distanced) and keep chairs at a social distance between households/individuals.
Keep an eye on the website and newsletter for updates, and get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.