Member Groups


Louisville Atheists and Freethinkers
A monthly meetup group where non-believers can meet other, like-minded people in a safe environment. Speakers are prepared each month promoting science, separation of church and state, evidence-based belief systems, and freethought. 
 
The Science and Philosophy Book Club
Louisville's Secular Book-of-the-month club covering a wide range of topics scientific, philosophical and religious.
 
Atheist Women Of Louisville
An association of non-religious women who want to get together and have fun.
 
Secular Parents Of Louisville
A group dedicated to raising rational children in an irrational world.
 
Kentucky Secular Society
An umbrella organization to provide tax-deductible donations to other secular organizations. A 501(c)3 organization.
 
The Kentucky Association of Science Educators and Skeptics
A Kentucky nonprofit dedicated to improving science education and critical thinking.
 
 

Friends of the CoR

 

Bank of Wisdom
Bank of Wisdom is a repository for historical and current freethought literature. There is an online catalog where members and other customers may purchase CDs, busts, and other products. Users may also download PDF files to a Kindle.
 
Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, Louisville Chapter
Americans United (AU) is a nonpartisan organization dedicated to preserving the constitutional principle of church-state separation as the only way to ensure religious freedom for all Americans. Americans United is composed of over 75,000 Americans seeking to protect the rights of every American. This website is that of the Louisville Chapter, which is composed of members from the Kentuckiana area.
 
Socrates Cafe Louisville
Socrates Cafe Louisville is simply people getting together to ask philosophical questions with the purpose of getting a better understanding of the topic, philosophical inquiry, and realizing our own preconceptions. The discussion begins by people proposing questions to discuss; we vote on which question to use and then simply talk about it. Participating in a Socrates Cafe is a great way to sharpen your intellect, get a better understanding of your own beliefs, and learn more about how other people think. Discussions are typically spirited but respectful of one another's points of view.
 
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