Watford Area Humanists Promoting Humanism in South West Hertfordshire

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    Contact:  Watford@humanistgroups.org.uk

    Regular Events

    Starting on February 19th 2020, we will hold a regular discussion group on the third Wednesday of each month from 8 pm to 10pm

    *** please note that from August 2020 the meetings will be a ‘video conference’ meetings – WAH members and supporters will be emailed details at least 2 weeks before.  If you haven’t received this and wish to join please email the address above*****

    See the EVENTS page for details of our next meetings


    Individual membership of the Watford Area Humanists provides an opportunity to enjoy social activities with like-minded individuals.

    Watford Area Humanists was established in 2008 to:-

    • Promote an understanding of Humanism in South West Hertfordshire.
    • Develop programmes to address the non-religious needs of children, families and people living and working in the South West Hertfordshire area.
    • Provide social, educational and cultural activities for humanists.
    • Provide a base for the development of Humanist philosophy.

    The Watford Area Humanists Group is a partner of Humanist UK (formerly the British Humanists Association). Humanism is a set of beliefs:

    • Human beings can lead good lives without being ruled by fear or superstition.
    • Based upon impartial consideration of available evidence, that there are no gods or creator beings.
    • Based upon impartial consideration of available evidence, that there is no after-life.
    • Being happy and doing good for oneself and others in the one life we all have.
    • Living life on the basis of behaving towards others as you would like them to behave towards you.
    • Respect for all other life forms and the natural environment on our planet Earth.

    If you would like more information please email us at Watford@humanistgroups.org.uk

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