Remembrance: A secular reflection

Defence Humanists will be holding a secular reflection from 15:00 to 17:00 on Armistice Day, 11 Nov 2017 and the London Humanist Choir has been invited to perform.  The event is at the gorgeous and unconsecrated Fitzrovia Chapel, a popular secular event space at 2 Pearson Square, London W1T 3BF. Once again we'll be singing Elgar's beautiful  and haunting setting of  'We Will Remember Them', plus 'The Lonesome Road', an a cappella piece composed by James Taylor.  As the chapel is so small, only a subsection of the choir will be performing.

The event will consist of readings from members of Defence Humanists, talks from Humanists UK’s Chief Executive Andrew Copson and Defence Humanists’ patron Professor AC Grayling, alongside music from the choir.  From 16:00 there will be a reception and opportunity for conversation and reflection.

This event will be funded by the Ministry of Defence, underlining their commitment to support humanists and those of no religion who work within the department. If you'd like to attend please register here.

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