Greater Manchester Humanists
Exploring Humanism: An Introductory Course
The Friends Meeting House, Mount Street, Manchester M2 5NS
Seven Monday evenings: 17th September to 29th October 2018, 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Cost: £20 (reduced to £17 for bookings received by Monday 3rd September 2018)
This course has been developed for Greater Manchester Humanists, and is for anyone who is interested in finding out what Humanism has to offer as a non-religious way of answering the ‘big questions’ of life, and developing values that help us live enjoyable and worthwhile lives. Humanism provides the ideal value system for a secular society.
The course is interactive throughout, with plenty of printed material provided for permanent reference. It consists of seven sessions addressing these issues:
- What makes a Humanist?
- Humanism in practice: promoting happiness and well-being
- The historical roots of Humanism: some key thinkers
- Humanist morality: key principles
- Humanist perspectives on key moral issues
- The meaning and purpose of life for Humanists
- Humanist principles revisited – and review of the course
We aim for up to fifteen participants, ready to share ideas, take part in discussion groups and brainstorming sessions, and enjoy addressing interesting and challenging issues with like-minded people.
The course leaders are Rob Grinter (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Anna Whitehead. Please contact Rob with any queries, by email or on 01625 260573. And If you would like to enroll please click on this link here.