OXFORD HUMANISTS : CONSTITUTION 1. Name and Objects 1.1 The Group shall be called Oxford Humanists. 1.2 The objects of the Group shall be: To promote Humanism; To enable Humanists to meet together; To act as the local representative body of the National and International Humanist Movement. 2. Membership 2.1 Any person, who agrees with the objects of the Group, may become a full member, upon payment of the current annual subscription or, if joining after the April of that year, a pro rata proportion of the annual subscription. 2.2 The annual subscription shall be changed only at an Annual General or Extraordinary Meeting. SuchRead More →

Our beliefs As humanists, we make sense of the world using reason, experience and shared human values. We regard religions, and their doctrines and rituals, as human inventions. We take personal responsibility for our actions and believe that we can all live good lives without religion. We¬†neither fear¬†judgement, nor expect reward, in an afterlife. We find enough purpose and meaning in life itself. The Objects of the Group shall be: To Promote Humanism; To enable Humanists to meet together; To act as the local representative body of the National and International Humanist MovementRead More →