Our Members Survey is up and running!

Please spare a few minutes of your time to let us know how we’re doing, and how the Humanist Society of Scotland could work better for you!  As a fun incentive, we will be holding a prize draw from amongst the respondents, and the lucky winner will receive a Kindle! To complete the survey, simply go … Continue Reading

What DO humanists believe?

Humanism isn’t a faith. There are no high priests, no sacred texts, and no revealed truths. Instead, it’s a philosophy or life stance: a recognition that although we are fallible and the universe in which we live is mysterious, we are able to take responsibility for our lives, and create meaning in them.