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Reading Humanists

Reading Humanists is a friendly social (occasionally campaigning) group for non-religious people in the Reading area.  We welcome all who share our view that: the world is a natural place; this life is the only one we have; morality and ethics are based on our common humanity; we should strive to live happy, ethical, and eco-friendly lives and help others to do the same. We hold two events per month (currently on-line using Zoom)

2nd Tuesdays: usually an external speaker and Q&A session, usually on ethical, philosophy, or scientific theme.

4th Tuesdays: usually discussions on current topics, and social get-togethers.

 NEXT EVENT  See Reading Humanists (Reading, United Kingdom) | Meetup for future events

Who to contact

Contact Name
Alan Montgomery
Contact Position
Chair Reading Humanists
Reading Humanists

Where to go

All events currently on-line

Time / Date Details

When is it on
2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm
Time of day
Session Information
See for details of upcoming events

Other Details


Is there a charge for
using this service?
All events currently free of charge. Supporters may choose to pay us an annual fee.
BFfC Funded?


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