We offer a friendly and relaxed environment to meet, discuss and connect with like-minded people.
Regular meet-ups with talks on a variety of topics
Socials where we chat around a table or discuss particular themes
An introduction to Humanism through our exploratory 'One Life Sessions'
Support for annual events like the 'Great Get-Together'
We have a range of events to suit everyone - see sections below for dates of what's coming up
We provide a programme of entertaining, informative and fun social events where expert speakers talk on a range of subjects relevant to Humanism.
Wednesday 22nd July 2020
Chester & Liverpool Humanists present a Conversation with Marlo Clarke
Marlo is an international public speaker who will be discussing the rise of the anti-racism movement and BLM. He will discuss his experiences as a black man who has lived in his home country of Barbados as well as the USA and the UK.
To register please email , or visit the Eventbrite page.
To ask a Marlo a question please email the above address.
The event will be taking place on Zoom. You will be sent the event link 1 hour before the event.
As part of our commitment to publicise Humanism and support other local community groups who share our aims, we will participate in the following annual events:
Due to the Covid-19 restrictions we currently have no upcoming annual events.
In addition to the activities already mentioned, we are also exploring a number of other smaller initiatives, such as regular book clubs, social gatherings and Sunday Services. Please contact us for more details.
Ad-hoc meet ups in a local pub or restaurant to chat around a table and get to know each other or to discuss a particular theme
One Life Sessions
Finding meaning in Life, Happiness, Critical thinking and finding out about the world, Living Well - the Environment and World around us - Spirituality
Six interactive discussion based sessions that look at different aspects of Humanism
Join the course or come along for a particular session
Dates are currently being confirmed and will be posted as soon as they are available
Please contact us if you would like more information or want to sign up for the next course
We also campaign for a rational approach to public ethical issues in order to contribute to a public life where decisions are made on evidence rather than on the basis of irrational beliefs or religious doctrines. The campaigns we engage in are driven by interest from our members.