Windsor Humanists
Windsor Humanists

2016 Review

End Year Note From the Chair on 2016


2016 may go down in history as a watershed year!  Its hard to look back without a sense that we have lived through a remarkable year - for good or bad depending on your viewpoint.  Only time will tell.…...  Windsor Humanists had a great 2016 despite all the turmoil. We met every month:-
  • We had 6 Speaker Events (3 by BHA Speakers) - 
  • Our best attended and most lively event was the EU Debate.  
  • We had two joint sessions with the Slough Faith Partnership - the Dialogue Discussion led by Jeremy Rodell from the BHA and our second lively Debate on British Values!   
  • John and David represented us at the BHA Group Workshop in September.  
  • Roger, Caroline and myself  had various opportunities to speak at local Schools.  
  • We also had two Summer Socials which were two of the best attended events of the year.  
  • In November we were invited by the Maidnehead, Windsor and Slough Observers to write their short ‘Thought for the Week’.  This is a first for Humanism in the local area.  The Article is attached below.
  • We continue to raise our local profile both in the local papers and schools in 2017 and cement our links with Slough Faith Partnership (SFP).  
  • We have also now linked up with the Windsor and Maidenhead Community Forum (WAMCF) who are keen to develop links with Humanism in the local area and have a series of Dialogue Events in the first quarter of 2017.  You can find more details on their website for dates, venues, subjects for discussion and to book yourself into a session.  It would be good if we could get Windsor Humanists represented at these discussions to add the voice of the non religious.

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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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