Welcome to the website for the Victoria Secular Humanist Association. We offer a community for the nonreligious in the Greater Victoria area, and a forum for discussing and advancing a secular worldview based on our common humanity.

We have a variety of regular activities which are free and open to the public.  See below for details as well as exploring the site.

We welcome guests, so if you're curious come to one of our events and try us out.

We are constantly updating our site to provide you with the most up-to-date information as well as providing a historical archive of past events and information.

We are on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Victoria-Secular-Humanist-Association/1209...

Contact Us at Communications VSHA for any general inquiries about the VSHA or if you would like to receive email notifications of upcoming events. Please provide your name and email adress to receive these notifications. If you want to become a member, please go to our membership page for information.

Media inquiries, please contact our President at President VSHA

Sunday Talks


 Join us at Cedar Hill Rec Center for informative and stimulating talks of interest to Humanists.

Humanist Cafe

The VSHA Humanist Cafe is a forum for moderated discussions on a variety of topics of interest to Humanists and other like thinkers.

It is held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at the New Horizons Activity Center in James Bay @ 234 Menzies Street.

Sunday Breakfast

Come and join us every Sunday at 8:00 at JJMorgans Restaurant (corner of McKenzie & Cedar Hill) for a great breakfast and even better conversation.

And after breakfast join us at 10:00 for Sunday Talks on selected Sundays

Koffee Klatch

The  Thursday Morning for Koffee is currently discontinued but we are hoping to revive the get together in the near future.

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Activities & Events.

We have a variety of regular activities which are free and open to the public, and are listed in  Activities & Events.

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