Category Archive: News

Mar 20

‘Objections to Humanism’ with Andrew Copson – Skeptics in the Pub, Cambridge

For more information about this event, please click HERE.

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Dec 04

November/December News

During November, Ely Humanist Group was invited by East Cambridgeshire District Council’s Community Safety Partnership to contribute to the Interfaith Week ‘Having Faith in Community’ exhibition held at Babylon Gallery, Ely. We provided the material for 2 posters plus assorted leaflets about Humanism and the local group. http://www.babylonarts.org.uk/ Next Meeting: Saturday December 5th 2015 Ely …

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Sep 29

September Round-up

Ely Humanists donated a copy of What is Humanism?, by Michael Rosen and Annemarie Young, to Ely Library. A letter was sent to our local Conservative MP, on behalf of Ely Humanist Group, regarding the reading of the Assisted Dying Bill in Parliament. As yet we have no response to the letter, however the Secretary …

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Mar 04

Book Donation ~ The Young Atheist’s Handbook by Alom Shaha

During December 2014, Ely Humanist Group members raised funds to purchase a hardback edition of The Young Atheist’s Handbook by Alom Shaha.   Chair, Colin Gunter presented the book to Ely Library during the group meeting on February 7th 2015 and it should now be available to borrow  from the Adult Non-fiction Religious section (211.809). …

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Jan 12

Ely Humanists – Nous Sommes Charlie

Like all civilised people, Ely humanists were appalled and saddened by the recent attacks on the satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, in Paris. The British Humanist Association published this statement in response to the violence: ‘No words can adequately condemn the brutality of this disgusting attack. Our thoughts have of course been with the people of …

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Oct 27

Ely Humanists ~ November Meeting

Sep 27

Ely Humanists – October Meeting

Come along and find out more about us…

Sep 06

Event – Humanist Ceremonies ~ Living, Loving, And Leaving

How To Celebrate Without God Friday September 12th 2014 – 7.30pm CONWAY HALL 25 Red Lion Square LONDON WC1R 4RL The BHA has around 300 accredited celebrants up and down the country providing namings, weddings and funerals for the non-religious. With registry offices offering secular arrangements, why are humanist ceremonies so important? Find out at …

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Aug 31

Ely Humanists – September Get-together

You don’t have to be a member of the BHA to come along, have a chat and find out more about us…

Jul 22

Ely Humanists – First Informal Meeting

Map for Ely Library: We look forward to seeing you there.

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