Please do not miss our ‘big event’ Faith 2 Faithless
on Thursday May 11th at 7.15pm for 7.30pm start.
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Faith to Faithless has already helped hundreds of people raised in religious backgrounds find peer support and community at difficult times in their lives. In partnership with the BHA and its student section, Atheist, Humanist, and Secular Students, it has put on events across the country highlighting the haunting experiences of ex-Muslims, ex-Mormons, ex-Plymouth Brethren, and various others who have suffered after leaving their religion behind
And now a stop press.
Following our most informative talk by a member from Action for Happiness we have teamed up with them to deliver an eight week course ‘Exploring what matters.’ If you think you might be interested in taking part please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is a link to the course that is being run by a group from Bristol. We shall run the same course with our first meeting on Tuesday 6th June at 2-4pm. There will be a small charge to cover room hire and refreshments.
The course will run on Tuesdays from 2pm till 4pm on the following dates: 6 June, 13 June, 20 June, 27 June, 4 July, 11 July 18 July, 25 July.
The course will be held at Parmoor House, 13 Lypiatt Terrace, Lypiatt Road, Cheltenham, GL50 2SX. (On the opposite side of the road to the Victory Club where we meet now.)
After all our news now let’s get on to who we are!!
We are a friendly group of those interested in humanism and secularism, with members coming from Gloucestershire and surrounding areas. We are a partner group of the British Humanist Association (BHA) and affiliated to the National Secular Society (NSS).
We have monthly meetings on a wide array of topics which are open to anyone interested in that month’s discussion: you certainly don’t need to ‘be’ a humanist to come along.
We’re also involved in the local community and a number of our members are accredited British Humanist Association celebrants offering non-religious naming, wedding and funeral ceremonies. We also enjoy undertaking visits to schools and community groups to talk about Humanism.
We meet up once a month socially too, usually at 10am on the first Sunday of the month for breakfast over lively conversation and laughter. If you’d like to come along, drop us an email and we’ll confirm that month’s venue.
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