The Humanist Group meets on the last Sunday of the month. Humanism is a philosophy that encourages people to think for themselves, valuing science and reason. It is focussed on human means for comprehending reality and pursuing good. Humanist ethics are based on respect for all life and regard human values as having meaning in the context of human life rather than the promise of life after death.
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Sunday April 24: Earl Morris will introduce the classic book “Getting To Yes” by Fisher and Ury of the Harvard negotiation project. This book explores an effective and kind way to resolve differences.
Sunday May 29th: Marilyn Medén will introduce Ways to Stop Wars. We will think beyond the usual constraints, looking at various ways to discourage war and discuss actions for change.