Before applying for membership of the New Zealand Association of Rationalists & Humanists (NZARH) please read our aims and objectives listed below and satisfy yourself that you are in agreement with them.
The New Zealand Association of Rationalists & Humanists (NZARH):
- Advocates a rational, humane, and secular view of life without reference to supernatural agencies and which is compatible with the scientific method.
- Promotes a tolerant, responsible, and open society.
- Encourages open-minded enquiry into matters relevant to human co-existence and well-being.
Anyone not in agreement with the objects of the Association is not eligible for membership, but is welcome to subscribe to our quarterly journal.
Members receive the Association's monthly newsletter, quarterly journal, and (if aged over 18) voting rights as part of their annual subscription. We encourage our members to participate in NZARH events (including regular meetings) and to contribute correspondence and articles to our journal.
Our online application system allows you to join right away. You can pay with either Paypal or a Credit Card. Joining the association will give you special access to articles and resources on our web site.
Manual Application Form
While we would prefer you to join using the automatic process above if you have any difficulty joining online you can download a printable membership form in PDF format at the following link: Membership application form
Please post or fax your application to:
64 Symonds Street
Facsimile: +64 9 379 8233
Crossed cheques, money orders, and bank drafts in New Zealand currency should be made payable to "NZARH Inc." Cheque payable to "NZARH Inc." enclosed (Post to: NZARH inc. 64 Symonds Street, Auckland 1010)
Direct debit to NZ Association of Rationalists & Humanists Inc. National Bank 06 0287 0016527 00. Please include your surname and the subscription code "187" as a reference. For Donations please use code "182".
Queries regarding membership should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to read the NZARH's constitution.