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About Us

About Us

IF
  • you respect the right of others to be different from you

  • you accept the idea that we should work to improve the lives of human beings in the world, rather than relying on the idea of rewards in an after-life

  • you recognise that we all have a part to play in furthering human happiness and progress

  • you support the idea that moral codes should be based on careful thought, taking into account our knowledge of the world and our environment, rather than faith in some supernatural being

  • you are probably a humanist!


For a brief statement of Humanist principles read the Amsterdam Declaration on Humanism from the International Humanist and Ethical Union.

The Sheffield Humanist Society

Humanists care about social and moral issues from a non-religious (atheist, agnostic) perspective. We reject the supernatural, believing that humanity must find its own solutions to the problems of life.

Sheffield Humanist Society was founded in 1993, renewing a tradition of freethinking in the area, and has since become one of the largest and most active humanist groups in the country.

Keeping in touch

If you would like to receive emails about our meetings and other events you can subscribe to our newsletter by sending a blank email to: SheffieldHumanistsNews-subscribe@yahoogroups.co.uk then follow the instructions in the confirmation email.

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Public Meetings

Our public meetings usually take place at 8:00 pm on the first Tuesday of the month at the University Arms, Brook Hill, Sheffield, S3 7HG.  A map showing the location of the The University Arms can be found here

Meetings are open to the general public, and the usual format is a speaker followed by discussion.  For details of forthcoming public meetings click on the "Meetings" link on the menu on the left.