Humanist Society Scotland’s local groups are based in the Borders, Dundee, Edinburgh, Fife, Glasgow and the Highlands (Inverness). These groups offer members (and non-members) a chance to meet other Humanists for interesting talks, discussion, socialising and much more. Membership of Humanist Society Scotland entitles you to attend their meetings, film nights, debates and social occasions.

  If you’d like to check out a group before joining, feel free – you’ll be made very welcome! Can’t find a group near you? Feel there should be one? Get in touch with us and we can help you set up a new group.

No local group near you?

If there is no local group near you, but you’re interested in setting one up please get in touch with us, we will be happy to help you.

Other Groups and Activities

Humanists Enjoying Living Life (HELL)

Humanists Enjoying Living Life are a group that are doing just that. Their programme includes monthly visits to art galleries in and around the central belt in the company of like-minded people. Their aim is to meet on the first Friday of each month, using public transport whenever possible. The visits are usually free, the only expense being lunch. For more information contact Joan Gibson (0157 786 5895) or Elaine Campbell (0138 373 8335).

Scottish Humanists for the Environment

The Scottish Humanist Environment group was set up in early 2013 to explore a humanist approach to the environment, get involved in the policy debate, and foster local action. So far, discussions have included biomass plants, climate change, fracking, green burials, population control, and wind farms. You can find SHE on facebook or email us.

StreetCare Scotland

StreetCare Scotland is a volunteer outreach project helping disenfranchised and homeless people in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling. For information and to get involved, click here.