Local Ethical Culture societies offer the services of celebrants to solemnize your wedding, memorial, baby welcoming, coming-of-age, or other celebration.
Although CFI Secular Celebrants are usually not recognized to perform legal marriage ceremonies in most states and countries because CFI isn’t a “religious” organization, other ceremonies, such as memorials, baby welcomings, coming-of-age, or other celebrations require no such recognition. Therefore secular celebrants are available to serve in those capacities.
If you are in Canada and need a humanist to give you the wedding, memorial, baby welcoming, coming-of-age, or other celebration you want, Humanist Canada has a cadre of trained and recognized celebrants across the country.
If you are in the United States and need a humanist to give you the wedding, memorial, baby welcoming, coming-of-age, or other celebration you want, the Humanist Society has a cadre of trained and recognized celebrants across the country.
Secular Common Ground is an organization that promotes Conflict Resolution in the Secular, Atheist and Skeptic Communities. They offer services such as Mediation, Conflict Assessments, Workshops and Pie-Expanding Brainstorming.
African Americans for Humanism supports skeptics, doubters, humanists, and atheists in the African American community, provides forums for communication and education, and facilitates coordinated action to achieve shared objectives.
Atheist Friend Finder is building a community for Atheists across the world where they can make new friends, talk to mentors, begin romantic relationships, learn about nonprofit organizations, join local secular affiliations and request resources to get involved.
Before the words “under God” were added to the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance in 1954, it was secular and inclusive. After they were added, it made a lie out of the words surrounding them and became religious and exclusive, causing those who don’t believe in a monotheistic “god” to feel like second class citizens in their own country. The “Boycott the Pledge” campaign was started to encourage people “to stand up by sitting down” as long as the Pledge retains its exclusive language.
A community that encourages everyone who does not believe in a higher power to tell his/her story and read other stories.
Ebony Exodus focuses on the various issues facing black nonbelievers considering religion is so pervasive in black American life.
The mission of the Hotline Project is to provide a real-time peer support network for people who are: questioning the role of religion in their lives, dealing with the negative impact of religion in their lives, and/or anyone who has friends or relatives facing these transitions.
The mission of Openly Secular is to eliminate discrimination and increase acceptance by getting secular people – including atheists, freethinkers, agnostics, humanists and nonreligious people – to be open about their beliefs.
The Original Motto Project’s goal is to have the national motto changed to “E Pluibus Unum.”
Project Reason is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation devoted to spreading scientific knowledge and secular values in society. The foundation draws on the talents of prominent and creative thinkers in a wide range of disciplines to encourage critical thinking and erode the influence of dogmatism, superstition, and bigotry in our world. Project Reason was founded by Sam Harris and Annaka Harris.
The #1 atheist dating community on the net.
FreeThinkerMatch is the fastest growing relationship site on the web.
The International Darwin Day Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)3 educational corporation, and its mission is to promote the public education about science and to encourage the celebration of science and humanity. It is managed by the American Humanist Association as an autonomous program.
The National Day of Reason website facilitates the commemoration of the National Day of Reason by individuals and organizations throughout the U.S.
The Secular Seasons project promotes secular celebrations, holidays, and events.
This world-renowned psychotherapy training Institute is committed to promoting emotional well-being through the research and application of effective, short-term therapy with long-term results. AEI’s therapeutic approach is based on rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT), an action-oriented psychotherapy that uses rationality and critical thinking. REBT was developed by Dr. Albert Ellis, an atheist and humanist who has been considered the second most influential psychotherapist in history.
If you are looking for a secular mental health professional, this is the first place to look. This is a project of Recovering from Religion.