South London Humanists have been meeting regularly
for over 50 years. We have guest speakers and discussions on current issues, education and politics, all in an informal atmosphere.
Religious influence has grown recently in education, politics, the work place and broadcasting, against the views and wishes of the majority.
Humanism is an ethical alternative to religion, based on reason, equal rights, free speech, and one law for all.

Meetings -

Monthly open meetings held at the Friends' Meeting House, Cedar Road, Sutton


8 June

Jackie McCloughlin
MBE from the Rufugees and Migrants Council;
migration. detention and trafficking.

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13 July

David Murray will speak about "The Spirit Level",
a book arguing that equlity (of income) is good for everyone".

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No Meeting but join us at our stand at the Carshalton Environmental Fair on Monday 29



Join us at our monthly meetings - open to the public at no charge. Learn more about humanism.
We can arrange non religious ceremonies.
Weddings - Namings - Funerals

Sutton Humanists are involved in fund raising for local charities, and also hold social events.