The Louisville Atheists and Freethinkers is atheist community in Louisville, Ky! We get together regularly to discuss current issues affecting atheists and the nonreligious, sharpen our views and values, and sing the occasional karaoke. If you are in the Louisville area and looking for atheist community, or if you are just curious about secular living, you are always welcome to check out our meetings on Meetup.com and drop by for a visit.
Monthly All-Member Meetups
For our main monthly meeting, we usually invite a guest speaker to present to the group on a number of topics including Church/State separation, personal experiences leaving religion, ethics and morality, and critiques of specific religious beliefs. This is our largest regular meeting, with attendance number normally ranging from 30-50 and an audience of all ages and backgrounds.
For a full listing of our meetings including times, venues, and RSVP, check out our Calendar.
Videos from past meetups may be seen on our Video page.
Other group activities include:
- Reasonable Living: Our "secular sunday school" lead by a former minister. Reasonable Living is an intentional community where we come together to discuss humanist ethics and living well as secular people.
- Something’s Brewing is a safe place for Louisville atheists and freethinkers to discuss topics related to living in a predominantly religious community in a more intimate, small group setting. This is your opportunity to get out something you might have been brewing over yourself like issues with a family member or co-worker.
- Black Nonbelievers of Louisville is the Louisville affiliate of Black Nonbelievers of Atlanta. We are starting a new branch called Black Nonbelievers of Louisville in an effort to provide community and support to black atheists, agnostics, humanists and freethinkers.
- Louisville Families Beyond Belief (formerly Secular Parents of Louisville) is a family-oriented group is for parents in Louisville, Ky who are interested in raising their kids without religion.
- Secular Organizations for Sobriety (SOS) Meetings are for secular people dealing with alcohol and substance abuse.