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Chichester Humanists provide a range of activities for non-religious people to meet, socialise, debate and support each other.

Our events provide opportunities to:

-Meet and socialise with like-minded people.

-Campaign on humanist and secularist issues.

-Learn, exchange ideas, and debate issues.

-Volunteer and engage in other charitable work.

-Represent humanist and secularist views.

-Promote and celebrate scientific and rational thinking.

-Promote Humanism as a life-stance.

-Have fun!

Branch group of Humanists UK.

Upcoming events (2)

Online Pub Quiz

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REGISTER HERE: https://humanism.org.uk/events/online-pub-quiz-chichester-humanists-20210126/ It’s pub quiz time! Join Chichester Humanists for an evening of quizzing and conversation on Tuesday 26 January at 19:30. Whether you’re a humanist, curious about humanism, or just want to while away an evening with some brain-teasers, everyone is welcome. We can promise tantalising questions and great company! Spaces are limited and registration is essential. To reserve a space for you and your household, please register here: https://humanism.org.uk/events/online-pub-quiz-chichester-humanists-20210126/ We will be using Zoom and a link will be emailed to you ahead of the event. We look forward to seeing you!

'Well-doing and well-being’: A history of humanism in the UK

REGISTER HERE: https://humanism.org.uk/events/well-doing-and-well-being-a-history-of-humanism-in-the-uk-chichester-humanists/ Join us on Zoom from 19.30 on Tuesday 23 February to hear from Madeleine Goodall on: 'Well-doing and well-being’ – a history of humanism in the UK. In celebration of Humanists UK’s 125th anniversary, Maddy will be talking about the long history and significant influence of humanism in the UK, with a specific focus on the development of the organisation we know today. Humanists UK was formed in 1896 as the Union of Ethical Societies, but the roots of humanism are much deeper, and the ethical societies are just part of the story. This talk draws on research carried out as part of the Humanist Heritage project, launched in 2019 to uncover and share the lesser known stories that make up the history of humanism in the UK. Maddy is the Humanist Heritage Coordinator for Humanists UK, researching and writing about the history of humanism to celebrate the organisation's 125th birthday. She has a background in education, museums, and community history, and is also Humanists UK's Wikimedian in Residence. Spaces are limited and registration is essential. To reserve a space for you and your household, register here: https://humanism.org.uk/events/well-doing-and-well-being-a-history-of-humanism-in-the-uk-chichester-humanists/. We will be using Zoom and a link will be emailed to you ahead of the event. We look forward to seeing you! Find out more about supporting Humanists UK here: https://humanism.org.uk/support-us/

Past events (67)

The Nativity: A Critical Examination

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