Windsor Humanists
Windsor Humanists

Annual Reviews from the Chair

Review of 2015

Our Chair Anthony Lewis asking a question at the Humanist UK Annual Humanist Group Convention held in LOndon in September 2015,  Press the image to go to the end year review of Windsor HUmanits first year in operation.



Review of 2016

2016 was Windsor Humanists frist full year in operation.  The best attended and liveliest event was our debate on the EU Referendum where everyone got a chance to express their views for and against staying in the EU.  The debate was conducted in a spirit of  respect for differeing opinions.



Review of 2017 

In 2017 we had anther very active year with 6 Speaker Events, collaborated with WAMCF and SFP to run a series of very sucessful Community Street Showcases in July in our 3 local towns, had Humanist speak in numerous local schools and raised the profile for the non religious and humanism in our local press and Radio Berkshire



Windsor Humanists Annual Review 2017

2018 was another busy year with 6 Speaker Events, our usual monthly Tuesday socials and further development of our Dialogue Activities and School Speakers Campaigns.   The graphic overleaf is taken from our website  and provides a summary of these events.  2017 highlights for me were:

  • SWAMI17 - Windsor Humanists collaborated with the WAMCF and SFP to run a series of successful Community Street Showcases during July in Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead.   SWAMI are planning to re-run the Community Streets in 2018.  SWAMI is a visible example of people of faith and the non religious working together to connect the diverse communities across our local 3 towns -  - Windsor Humanists helped secured a grant from the Department of Local Government to fund the initial year to set up SWAMI. 
  • WAMCF 2017 Dialogues - a number of Windsor Humanists attended these well supported Dialogues where people of all faiths and none meet at local faith venues to discuss a topical life issue.  Windsor Humanists were able to represent the non religious perspective with people of faith in a respectful way.  I believe that many people of faith rarely encounter an ‘open’ atheist so I think it important that we participate in these Dialogues to locally raise the visibility of humanism.
  • WAMCF Dialogues 2018 - Windsor Humanist are hosting one of the 2018 Dialogues on Tuesday 27th March at the Austen-Leigh & Baldwin Institute Hall just up the road from the Waterman Arms.  We will need to host the event, provide tea and cake etc for our guests so will need volunteers to make the tea and man the kitchen and tea urns, plus set up and tidy up afterwards!
  • Local Humanist School Speakers - Roger, Caroline and myself are now trained Schools Speakers and have spoken at over 10 local Schools in the last year ranging from public schools such as Windsor Boys, Burnham Grammar, an Oxford Girls College to the private Shiplake College.  Through our involvement with the Slough Faith Partnership Windsor Humanist Chair Anthony Lewis was also invited to speak briefly at a schools conference in Eton College on British Values.
  • Local Visibility & Publicity - the Chair Anthony Lewis has written a number of ‘Thoughts for the Week’ in the local Observer and been interviewed on Radio Berkshire about Humanism - you can listen to this interview on the sidebar on the front page of our website if you missed this!

warmest humanists hugs Anthony

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Upcoming Events

2018 First Quarter :-

Tuesday 9th January - Windsor Humanists - A Short Retrospective followed by a discussion on the future

Thursday 8th February Annual Darwin Lecture and Museum Tour by George Fussey Curator Eton College Natural Histroy Museum

Tuesday 13th Feb  WAMCF Dialogue Event What is True Strength? Windsor Baptist Hall Smiths Lane Windsor SL4 5PE - not NOT Watemran Arms

Tuesday 13th March - WAMCF Dialogue Event - If You Could Change the World What Would it Be? Maidenhead Mosque - note NOT Watemran Arms 

Tuesday 27th March What Does it Mean to be Human - WAMCF Dialogue event hosted by Windsor Humanists at the Austen Leigh & Baldwin Institute Eton Court SL4 6BY


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