We've still got two great events for you to come along to before Christmas! This coming Saturday at Moordown Community Centre, probation officer Amy Walden will tell us about a project in Winchester prison which aims to give Humanist chaplaincy support to non-religious prisoners. Join us for mince pies and mulled wine after the presentation.
Then on 18th December we're really privileged to welcome author Jonathan Pearce to the Green House Hotel to share the results of his research into the Biblical nativity stories published in his latest book 'The Nativity: A Critical Examination'. Jonathan will examine the Gospels’ nativity stories and present the case that they were invented to fulfil 'prophecies'. Join us for a fascinating presentation, and more mulled wine, at 'The Nativity: A Critical Examination' at our great new evening venue in Bournemouth town centre.
If you missed Nathanial Major's excellent talk for us on St Paul's Shelter for the homeless in Bournemouth, please see inside our December Bulletin for my report and details on how you can help some of our most vulnerable local people this Christmas. Download the bulletin here.
Dorset Humanists is the liveliest group around for atheists and agnostics who want to improve our world. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Chair, Dorset Humanists
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