LIVING IN THE PRESENT: A ONE CHANCE LIFE. 4th Saturday of each month


Koha Donation

Many people today have no church or faith commitment, but remain very interested in the important questions of life, death and making sense of life in the present.  They also believe that part of developing a full humanity is to work to make the world a more just and fair place.  Such a perspective can be called secular humanism.  It is based on the premise that all we have is the living of our own brief lives and we do not have immortal souls.  We each have a one chance life.  Phone Rodney 377 5011 for more information.

This WEA group is now meeting monthly on the fourth Saturday of the month