NFN’s Future, Steering Group and AGM

NFN began some eight years ago and from time to time we have considered whether there is any need for NFN to continue.  Today, David Boulton writes: ‘When we founded the Nontheist Friends Network eight years ago we promised ourselves that one of our aims would be to lay the network down as soon as it had clearly served its purpose

David’s piece is attached here (in Word) and will be mailed out to NFN members as well as being distributed to our Conference participants at Woodbrooke at the end of the month (29-31 March).

NFN is co-ordinated and our annual Conferences organised by a ‘Steering Group‘, the members of which are appointed at our AGM.

There are currently 12 members of the Steering Group. Some of these, including our Clerk, have been very busy organising this year’s Conference.  Hugh Rock, who is one of our Conference speakers this year, has taken care of Conference bookings for the last three years and payments are eventually handled by our Treasurer.

At least three of our Steering Group members would like to step down this year, or, in some cases, take a less active part.  If, therefore, after discussing David’s thoughts in the piece attached, the AGM should discern that NFN, and our annual Conferences, should continue, then we will likely need new blood in the Steering Group.

We hope that all participants in the Conference will choose to attend the AGM:
Saturday 30th March 2019, 17.15-18.15 AGM of the Nontheist Friends Network (Cadbury room) all welcome (although it’s not compulsory!).

We also hope that a number of you might put yourselves forward, whether for a more or a less demanding role, as members of the Steering Group. (We do not have a ‘Nominations Committee’!)

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