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Religion in decline or a muscular resurgence?

By Ian - Posted on 16 June 2014

This is the topic for our next meeting - Tuesday 24th June at the REC.

We’re in a fast-changing environment in which religion has declined in support in the UK but – arguably - grown in impact nationally and internationally. In this context, what are local humanist groups for, and how do they fit? Can Bedford and South West London Humanists learn from each other?

Jeremy Rodell is the Chair of South-West London Humanists.

Jeremy was the co-founder of South West London
Humanists, which he has chaired since its launch in 2007.
It is now one of the most active local humanist groups in
the country.

In 2011/2012 he was the coordinator of Richmond
Inclusive Schools Campaign - a major borough-wide
campaign with a broad-base of support.

Now retired, Jeremy has been called in by the British Humanist Association to use his planning skills, acquired working for such companies as Shell Chemicals, for the good of a rational and inclusive society. He masterminded the Partner Groups programme and has worked on several other such projects.

Jeremy will have a lot to tell us. We hope for a good turnout to make him feel welcome.

That’s at the REC, 19:00 for a 19:30 start.



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