Why join?

We’re proud of what we do as a group and hope that you choose to support us.

The group offers:

  • a varied and interesting programme of meetings
  • support of Humanists UK and National Secular Society
  • a monthly social Sunday breakfast gathering
  • representation of the voice of the non-religious through our membership of the Gloucestershire Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education – the body that, by law, is responsible for devising the local RE curriculum in schools and monitoring collective worship
  • support for those who contact use who have concerns about religious privilege and its impact, particularly parents of school children
  • the promotion of awareness of non-religious ceremonies offered by the BHA’s Humanist Ceremonies network
  • involvement in pastoral care settings such as prisons and hospitals
  • this website, a Facebook page and Twitter feed