Shropshire Humanist Group is taking part in the annual Multicultural Fun Day held by the Shrewsbury Interfaith Forum on Saturday 9 September, 12-4:30pm. It is held at the United Reformed Church near the English Bridge in Shrewsbury.
As in previous years, there are many varied entertainments planned, and also a children’s corner with supervised activities. John Mustafa is arranging the fine weather again and so the hall will be mainly used for refreshments and some of the entertainments. John will also very kindly provide some delicious food at a reasonable cost, and the proceeds go straight back into the Interfaith Forum to provide further funding.
Represented so far: Islam, Nichiren Buddhism, Judaism, Humanism, the LDS Church, and also the URC church. SHG is taking part to reflect our welcome of human diversity, our support for human rights and our stand against discrimination, and to emphasise that, although we live without religion, we support cultural and religious freedom, as well as freedom to live without religion.