Humanists UK has a pastoral support arm, Humanist Care.
They are building a network of Humanists UK accredited non-religious pastoral carers to provide that support,
and now have nearly 150 operating across a range of institutional settings throughout the UK.
If you would like to train as a non-religious pastoral carer please contact email@example.com
Are you non-religious?
Are you an atheist or agnostic?
Do you believe in separation of church and state?
If any of these statements apply, then you will probably be interested in Humanism.
Humanism is an approach to life based on humanity and reason. Humanists believe in living moral and ethical lives without the need to base this on any religious dogma. Humanists are atheists or agnostics and have no belief in the supernatural. We only have one life and it is our responsibility to make it a good one having regard for the individual rights and freedoms of others, social co-operation and mutual respect. More on humanism here
The Golden Rule is to treat others as you would wish to be treated yourself.
Who are the Harrow Humanists?
We are a group of people, living mainly in and around Harrow, who share the humanist philosophy. We have monthly evening meetings (see When We Meet and Where We Meet) except for August when we have a social lunch and July when we have a day trip. If you are interested in joining us, and are 18 or over, have a look at our Meetings page or get in touch here. If you are under 18 you might be interested in the Humanists UKs Young Humanists group (Facebook.com/younghumanists).
Please contact us if you'd like to join or for further information:
or ring Julie (020 8907 6124) or David (020 8421 5931)