Secularist group organizes on Whidbey | Religion Notes
July 27, 2012 · Updated 3:55 PM
Atheists, agnostics, skeptics, secular humanists, freethinkers — whatever term you use to describe yourself, you may be one of the many people on Whidbey Island who don’t believe in God.
Mainland locations such as Seattle and Everett have groups and gatherings of like-minded secular people.
There’s no lack of churches on Whidbey, but where can people who support separation of church and state, frank and open-minded discussions, and who don’t need to believe in an imaginary man or woman in the sky to live useful and purposeful lives gather and work together for community to collaborate on interesting and useful projects?
If you are interested in helping launch a secular Whidbey network, visit www.meetup.com/whidbey-island-secularists/ and pitch in, or Stephen Kan, 730-1467.