Our calendar will now feature events from across the country, and is updated regularly. Be sure to check often for updates!

October 14th
Recovering from Religion – August Meetup
Time: 1:00 pm
Location: Starbucks at Barnes and Noble
1939 Mt. Zion Rd
Morrow, GA 30260

It’s the monthly meetup for the Morrow chapter of Recovering from Religion! We will meet to discuss issues directly related to religious indoctrination, struggles faced, and how to better overcome them.

There is no proselytizing of any kind allowed at these meetings. While BN Inc, is a proud partner and facilitator, by no means is this a tool for recruitment. Any donations incurred as a result of these meetings will go directly toward RR efforts. Also, be sure to join the Meetup group for this chapter.

Thanks so much, and we look forward to seeing you!!!

October 15th
General Meeting
Time: 3:00 pm
Location: Little Five Points Center for Arts and Community
1083 Austin Ave NE
Atlanta, GA

Please join us for our October General Meeting!

Our special guest will be Jamileh Ann Morien, who is visiting us from Billings, MT. Jamileh was the subject of a smear campaign on behalf of her soon to be ex-husband for not wanting to raise their children to be Christian. He even started a Go Fund Me in hopes of slandering her, and portraying himself as a persecuted believer. This plan ultimately backfired on him, and we had the opportunity to speak with Jamileh online. Come and hear her journey out of organized religion, her account of these incidents, as well meet her beautiful daughter June Ann!

As always, we will have refreshments available, and we will have merchandise for sale. Also, Jamileh’s ordeal is far from over, so we are asking for donations to help!

November 19th
Special Edition General Meeting
Time: 3:00 pm
Location: Little Five Points Center for Arts and Community
1083 Austin Ave NE
Atlanta, GA

We have another exciting General Meeting in store! This month, we will be joined by Eric Leach from Nomadic Boy Productions. Eric (who is atheist), is working on a documentary titled “Alarm Clock: Religion’s Influence on Black Americans”, and will be interviewing members of BN. Participation is voluntary, but strongly encouraged, so be prepared to share your compelling experiences with transitioning out of religion, and being a nonbeliever. More information on this production can be found at

As always, refreshments will be provided, and we will have merchandise for sale. Also be prepared to shine for the camera!

November 25-30th
BN’s First Annual Convention at Sea!
Location: Carnival Sensation – Port of Miami
1015 N. America Way
Miami, FL

Get ready for our first ever Convention at Sea in 2017! Featuring Mandisa Thomas, Jeremiah Camara, Sikivu Hutchinson, Bridgett Crutchfield, Alix Jules and more!

Prices start at $750 – per person, double occupancy. Includes ship accommodations, and all fees, including for the convention. For more information and to reserve your spot, Book Today!. Let’s get ready to sail the high seas for some fun in the sun with our fellow Nonbelievers!!!

Black Nonbelievers can also be found on Facebook, Twitter (@BNonbelievers) and!ctober

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