Bertrand Russell- Philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, and social critic was group President from 1968-1970

Future meetings and events as follows:

April 9th Meet Up- We have our AGM, where paid up members of the group can volunteer to become members of the group committee responsible for keeping the group running. This will be followed by an update from Humanists UK's (Wales Humanists) Kathy Riddick re Humanism in Wales.

Future meet-ups to be confirmed.

We look forward to welcoming you to meetings and encourage you to bring others along too. We would also value any suggestions you may have for future events.

If you are one of at least 17 million 'atheists', 'agnostics', 'non-religious', 'freethinkers' etc in the UK who think that "right and wrong" can be determined by human nature without religious teachings you may be a Humanist? (Humanists UK 24/11/06)

If the Humanist non-religious view on morals and other issues etc is to be taken seriously in society along with existing influential religious beliefs, it's important for Humanist groups to increase their membership substantially.

During recent times the government is increasingly encouraging religious communities to contribute on matters of policy etc, even though the majority of the UK are not practicing religion, which threatens the unique secular nature of British society.

Are you concerned about-

You can help do something about it and get your voice heard by-

hu·man·ist, [hyoo-muh-nist or, often, yoo-] –noun
a person having a strong interest in or concern for human welfare, values, and dignity.

Some thought provoking questions we would lke to hear your views on...

At a time when the achievements of the enlightenment are questioned, ridiculed, misunderstood and traduced by those who would reverse the progress of mankind, it is essential to nail one’s colours to the mast as a humanist.

For me, that is not a turning away from mystery or a cold rational dispute with the numinous and spiritual in life, it is an acceptance of the awesome and splendid responsibility we each have for our own destinies, ethics and morals. I repudiate the authority of churches, revealed texts and vain unsubstantiated assertions and embrace the shared glories of humanity’s intellectual and spiritual struggle to understand the universe into which we are born with honesty, openness and faith in our own natures.

Stephen Fry

Richard Dawkins I arrived at my beliefs, as everybody should, by examining evidence... Something that has traditionally aroused religious feeling in people, the sense of wonder, is aroused in me by the contemplation of the world and the universe... I know I'm going to die eventually, and die forever. But before I do, I mean to use my brain to the greatest possible extent to understand why I was born....

Professor Richard Dawkins FRS FRSL, retired from Oxford University in 2008 and remains a writer and public figure.

Local Press

If you have written a letter to the local press recently e.g. The Western Mail defending a Humanistic outlook we will offer the best letter free membership for one year to Cardiff Humanists. That is free membership to Cardiff Humanists!! So get writing and don't forget to let us know.

Contact Us

If you'd like to know more, would be interested in being a speaker, or need someone to speak about Humanism please contact-

Mike Reynolds-

Mobile: 075 3417 7344 (Please leave a message if not answered and Mike will reply ASAP, thank you).


Use this link to send Mike an email

Website updated on 12/03/18.

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