Read about our next meeting (on recommended reading), what a SACRE is, the Uncaged Monkeys in Ipswich, a good woman with green fingers, our healthy finances, what we thought about the burqa ban, the BHA’s new president and his book, and plans for the next three months, which include a visit from Prof. John Midwinter.
In this month’s issue:
- Suffolk Humanist Sue Hewlett on her involvement with a scheme to link the village school in Stutton, where she taught, with one in Yendi in Ghana.
- Details of this month’s meeting, when we’ll be electing a new chairperon and member Colleen Nunn will tell us about the geology of Suffolk.
- A list of books recommended by last month’s speaker, Dr John Mellis, after his talk on theoretical physics.
- Details of our activities through the East of England Faiths Agency and Suffolk Inter-Faith Resource.
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Our latest newsletter is here for you to download with articles on the Pope’s visit to the UK, an Indian Humanist’s opinion of Mother Teresa, Skeptics in the Pub, and suffering. There’s also news about our next meetings and Peter Tatchell’s forthcoming TV programme.
This is from Denis Johnston’s article on suffering:
We are alive during the first period in history where weâ€™re able to substantially control physical painâ€”and because we can do that we can also reduce the mental pain associated with having to endure watching the suffering of others.
Our June newsletter is ready for you to download now.
Humanist weddings can be fun (and one of them was for our chairperson);
A visit to Down House with the U3A;
Changes at Suffolk Inter-Faith Resource;
Our car sticker designs – you choose;
Dates for your diary, including a pub lunch and a trip to the seaside.
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Contents include: what group members have been reading, AGM reports, an addition to our Ceremonies Team, and meeting dates for the year.
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