Some pictures from our first general meeting on Sunday:
For many Blacks, religion is so embedded in culture, that it can be isolating to leave the church or mosque behind. Sometimes our families disown or harrass us about our nonparticipation in religious activities. Living in Georgia – a Bible Belt state – we can find it difficult to find other nonbelievers for friendship and dating, let alone feel comfortable about being out as nonbelievers on jobs where it is expected that everyone is a believer.
We understand because we are you!
Our fellowship is a safe place for Blacks to be out as nontheists. You are welcome if you have been out as a nonbelievers for a long time or if you are just beginning to question your faith. However, preaching or promoting religion or other irrational belief systems is not welcome here.
Check us out! Come hang with us!