As well as providing Humanist Ceremonies, we support the provision of Humanist chaplains e.g. in prisons and hospitals. Like most people, members of our group are also active volunteers for a number of organisations and charities.
Who are Humanists?
Humanists are atheists and agnostics who share a non-religious ethical outlook and seek to create a more open, just and caring society – British Humanist Association website.
- We believe we can make sense of the world using reason, experience and shared human values.
- We take responsibility for our actions and base our ethics on the goals of human welfare, happiness and fulfilment.
- We seek to make the best of the one life we have by creating meaning and purpose for ourselves, individually and together.
- We support human rights and respect the diversity in our community.
- We campaign for inclusivity of non-religious people and there being no discrimination based on religion or belief e.g. in education, government, employment and provision of services.