The purpose of this website is to provide community information to secularists (agnostics, atheists, brights, ethicists, freethinkers, humanists, liberals, rationalists, skeptics, socialists, and unitarian universalists, to list a few).
Despite the fact that many secularists are turned off by organized religion, humans are still social animals, and find collaborating with others to be heartening. That is, perhaps, the reason why religions formed communities, in the first place. While many religious organizations are exclusive and judgmental, it's good for the secularist to be welcoming to outsiders, even if there are fundamental ideological disagreements
This website is intended to serve merely as a directory and a reference. None of these groups have been audited by this website; different groups have different modi operandi, and therefore, may substantially differ. When visiting a different group, expect a different culture, and when in Rome, do as the Romans do. Respect is a two-way street.