Who we are
Lancashire Secular Humanists provide a forum for people of Lancashire to meet and discuss social, political, religious, philosophical, scientific and artistic issues.
LSH is affiliated to the British Humanist Association, which represents the interests of ethically-concerned but non-religious people; and the National Secular Society, which challenges religious privilege and promotes separation of church and state.
Committed to human rights, democracy, equality and mutual respect, LSH, along with the BHA and NSS, works for an open and inclusive society with freedom of belief and speech.
Where and when we meet
The Village Centre
59 High Street
(click HERE for directions and maps)
We meet on the third Wednesday in every month and you are very welcome to join us.
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What we believe
We make our decisions using available evidence and by assessing the outcomes of our actions, not on any dogma or sacred text. In this video, LSH members tell you what Humanism, Secularism and being part of the LSH group means to them.
Latest news - September 2014
Next Meeting - September 17th
Hope to see many of you at our next meeting - Wednesday 17th September.Our speaker is from Trussel Trust www.trusselltrust.org/foodbank-projects
I would encourage you to make your own investigations [ahead of this meeting] about the efficacy of this particular organization and the relationship [if any] Humanists might have with these and other food bank.
IOur October meeting is also the LSH AGM . . . Yet another opportunity to have your say.
Radio Lancashire Easter Lectures
This year's lecture now available to listen to on this website. Features LSH members with Christians debating the role of faith in education.
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