We are a friendly outgoing group of Humanists covering North East Hampshire and West Surrey centred on Farnham and Alton. Humanism is a positive life stance centred on people. We are atheists and agnostics who share a non-religious ethical outlook and seek to create a more open, just and caring society. Find out more.
*** Farnham Humanists face-to-face meetings until further notice .
We are now meeting on-line!!
See our Meetings Coming Up on the right sidebar. Do join us!!
Have a look at our two webpages for helplines and suggestions during the crisis:
- Helplines and staying in contact during COVID-19
- Ideas for “Stay Home” activities during COVID-19***
Where and when do we meet? Our second meeting is mid-month on a Sunday for a 7:30pm talk or discussion with an invited speaker at Daniel Hall GU9 7HX close to the Hop Blossom Pub. See Map Other activities Summary of events coming up below:
We believe we can work out for ourselves what’s right and wrong based on empathy, respect and compassion for others. We can find our own meaning and fulfilment for the one life we know we have. We look to evidence and science as the best way to understand the world. Find out more.
We meet twice a month in Farnham.
We meet to exchange ideas and socialise with like-minded people. We promote evidence based rational thinking and provide an important balance in society by representing non-religious views. We volunteer in the community and in charitable work. Find out more from our Community pages.
Our bookclub is thriving and social events include an annual dinner, pub walks, theatre trips, a winter festive evening and a summer garden party. For the past nine years we have hosted an annual public debate or public lecture raising money for charity. Find out more.
Where and when do we meet?
Our second meeting is mid-month on a Sunday for a 7:30pm talk or discussion with an invited speaker at Daniel Hall GU9 7HX close to the Hop Blossom Pub. See Map
Summary of events coming up below: