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Recovering from Religion

Date: Monday 13th November   /   Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Come along to Dundee Chaplaincy Centre for a discussion with Chris, a volunteer with Recovering from Religion. He will talk about what the organisation does, and how they help people who have questions about changing or leaving their faith.

Learning how to live after religion, how to deal with questions, doubts, and shifting beliefs, is a journey. The team at Recovering from Religion are intimately familiar with this journey. They can connect people with support, resources, community, and most of all, hope. They offer peer-support volunteers, a dedicated set of helplines, an online chat function, virtual and local support groups and many other resources.

Chris wears a blue t-shirt and smiles at the camera, with a rocky outcrop in the background, and blue sky with puffy white clouds.

Chris’s is a helpline director but his talk will focus more on his role as an ambassador for the organisation.

There will also be the option to go for a drink and to socialise after the more formal part of the evening.


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This free event is open to all Humanist Society Scotland members, supporters, and anyone who shares our vision and values. When you register for this event, your personal information will be used for the purpose of enabling you to join the event and for a short evaluation and summary after the event. For more information, please see our privacy notice.

Venue: The Chaplaincy Centre, University of Dundee, Cross Row, Dundee, DD1 4HN, Scotland

The venue is wheelchair accessible. The bus and train stations are within walking distance, and there is paid parking available nearby.