MAY Meeting Cancelled
Regrettably we have had to cancel our planned meeting for MAY so there will be no meeting at St Stephen’s hall on Sunday 22 May. But have no fear we will be back later in the summer! See you all then.
On the nature of morality—A Humanist UK event on Zoom
May 17th, 2022 19:00—20:30
Join Darwin Day Lecturer Dr Oliver Scott Curry, Voltaire Lecturer Professor Nichola Raihani, and Humanist Philosophers Group founder Professor Richard Norman for a very special event On the nature of morality, chaired by Humanists UK Chief Executive Andrew Copson.
If you missed our January meeting on Happiness…
Dates for your diary
Sun 23 Jan 2022 — All about Happiness
Sun 20 Feb 2022 — Recreational Drugs, Ethics and Legislation
Sun 20 Mar 2022 — Does art make us better people?
Sun 24 Apr 2022 — Living Well — Introduction to the new set of Humanist practical ethics booklets (date shifted to avoid clash with Easter weekend)
Sun 22 May 2022 — CANCELLED
Sun 19 Jun 2022 —TBA
Sun 17 Jul 2022 — TBA
Sun 21 Aug 2022 — Summer Social
Sun 18 Sep 2022 — TBA
Sun 16 Oct 2022 — TBA
Sun 20 Nov 2022 — Annual General Meeting
Sun 18 Dec 2022 — Christmas Social
About Kent Humanists
Kent Humanists meet on the third Sunday of each month at St Stephens Church Hall, Hales Drive, St Stephens, Canterbury, CT2 7AB. Our meetings are open to anyone interested in Humanism and are not restricted to members, we ask only for a nominal contribution towards the hire of the hall.
You can become a full member of Kent Humanists for an annual subscription of £15.00 or £10.00 if you are a member of the national organisation Humanists UK.
Students who take advantage of Humanists UK free subscription scheme may also join Kent Humanists for free. Please email email@example.com for further details.
Our Charity for the year 2022
At each AGM Kent Humanists choose a charity to support for the year. This year's charity is The Kitchen CT9, part of the charitable company, Thanet Iceberg Project. The Kitchen provides home cooked meals largely prepared from surplus food either for free or an affordable donation. It offers a community space, a warm place to spend the day, mental health support and creative activity. It also runs a community fridge scheme.
"You drop off good but unwanted food
We check it is safe to eat and packaging is undamaged
We relabel it with clear guidance on its use by date
We store it in the Fridge or Freezer as appropriate
Anyone can help themselves to what is on the shelf."
There will be an opportunity to donate cash at our regular monthly meetings.
Kent Humanists are always pleased to consider requests to talk about any aspect of humanism to your group or society. Please contact us directly if this is of interest.
We also have a number of trained school speakers accredited by Humanists UK available for assemblies, classroom talks and diversity days with material suitable for all year groups. Please book through Humanists UK who will forward the request to us.
➤ Meetings Code of Conduct - Our speakers are invited guests; please treat them with courtesy and respect. Respect the diversity of views expressed and phrase disagreements politely. It is better to question than argue. Do not attempt to dominate the conversation. Defer to the chair; it is their role to manage the meeting.