About Us

Founded in June 2004, Farnham Humanists is a flourishing group of Humanists, and people with similar views and beliefs, who enjoy sharing ideas, being stimulated by  talks from invited speakers, contributing to the community and socialising.

Details of where and when we meet and our events can be found here.

Learn more about “Who are Humanists?” here.

Find out more about our activities from our newsletters.

As well as our members volunteering as individuals for a number of organisations, many of our group give time to the following:

Community work: visiting, but only on request, those in need of a listening ear or someone to talk about life generally, possibly in hospitals, hospices and prisons.

Education:  we receive invitations from schools in Surrey and Hampshire to partake in assemblies, multi-faith days, religious education and debates, where we can offer a secular view as a balance to religion within the Agreed Syllabus.

Ceremonies: Many people know of the very personal and dignified non-religious funerals that humanists have conducted for many decades.

Less well-known are our ceremonies to celebrate aIMG_7320b mini (1) marriage, civil partnership or to welcome a new baby into the world.

These memorable occasions are led by individual members of the group who have been trained, accredited and monitored as celebrants by the BHA. Find out more.

We are a partner group of the British Humanist Association and are affiliated to the National Secular Society. We invite a speaker from one of these organisations to come and talk to us once a year.

Farnham Humanists affiliate to BHA
Farnham Humanists Partner Group to the BHA

Farnham Humanists affiliated to the NSS





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