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Meetings are on Thursdays at 7.30 pm at The Lantern, Meadow Farm Drive, Shrewsbury SY1 4NG. All are welcome.
Note that Shropshire has the Darwin Festival in February and members of Shropshire Humanist Group are attending events during that time (see the News pages).
“Christian Zionism”, a talk by Hilda Reilly.
“A right to object? Conscientious objection and religious conviction”. Helen Taylor will lead a discussion on this recent publication from the Humanist Philosophers’ Group.
Scientology, a Humanist Cult? Birmingham Humanist group chair, Adrian Bailey, on his experience of Scientology.
A talk by David Brittain, UK Armed Forces Humanist Association Chaplain.
A weekend walk and pub lunch.
Simon Nightingale will tell us why he is happy.
AGM followed by a led discussion “Torture for Humanists”.
Steve Hurd, chair of the Uganda Humanist Schools’ Trust, will give us the latest news from Uganda.
A festive meal.