Bristol Humanists are enthusiasts for science, secular causes and living well without religion.
We meet regularly to listen to inspiring speakers, socialise with like-minded folk, exchange ideas, and to discuss books and film.
Check out our upcoming events below. All are welcome, whether you're humanist or not!
If you would like to help us organize events, get in touch!
- Mon, 05 SeptZoom (link provided closer to the time)05 Sept, 19:30Zoom (link provided closer to the time)Language and music tend to be thought of as distinct domains of human life. One is necessary and purposeful, the other is on the whole a superfluous means of entertainment. Ian Cross, Emeritus Professor of Music and Science, will tell us why that view is misleading.
- Multiple DatesThu, 08 SeptZoom - link provided by email08 Sept, 19:00 – 21:00Zoom - link provided by emailBristol Humanists are trialling a new course on Humanism. It will run for ten sessions each of which will have a short reading and the rest will be a discussion in a small group about the points raised. All are welcome, whether a religious believer or a sceptic.