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Atheist, Agnostic, Humanist, and Freethought Organizations in Pennsylvania

(Organizations operate independently and are listed as a courtesy of Pennsylvania Nonbelievers, Inc.)
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Erie Atheists and Agnostics
Co-Organizer: Janelle Campbell
Organizer: Michael Long
Lock Haven University Free Thought Alliance
Center for Inquiry Community – Pittsburgh
Bill Kaszycki, President
P.O. Box 1748
Monroeville, PA 15146
Carnegie Mellon Atheists, Humanists, and Agnostics
Steel City Skeptics
United Skeptics Assoc.
Penn State Altoona
Penn State Atheist Agnostic Association
Dan Fabowitz, President
University Park, PA 16802
Atheist and Agnostic Assoc.
Bucknell University
NEPA Freethought Society
P.O. Box 2501
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18703
Pennsylvania Nonbelievers
Brian Fields, President
P.O. Box 702
York, PA 17405
(717) 467-1266!/panonbelievers
Hagerstown Freethinkers
Secularist Students United
Amanda Helling, President
An affiliate of the Secular Student Alliance
Lancaster Freethought Society
Scott Rhoades, President
Freethought Society
Margaret Downey, President
P.O. Box 242
Pocopson, PA 19366
Humanist Assn. of Greater Philadelphia
Martha Knox, President
P.O. Box 161
Willow Grove, PA 19090
Shir Shalom (Humanistic Judaism)
116 Yew Rd.
Cheltenham, PA 19012 (map)
Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia
Richard Kiniry, Leader
1906 S. Rittenhouse Sq. (map)
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Philadelphia Atheists Meetup Group
Secular Society of Temple University


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  • Kit Kittappa

    We need to encourage students in every college and university in PA to start organizations of freethinkers, atheists humanists etc.
    On a particular day every year, evangelical groups have booths in the Student Union building in Millersville University, Millersville, PA. Last year I asked for a booth and set up shop with atheistic posters and pamphlets, right next to the booths of some religious organizations. This is the first time, I believe, such a thing had been done in Millersville U.
    At first, students passed by my booth thinking that I am having another evangelical booth. Then I wrote up a large sign, “God Delusion” and started stopping students asking them whether they have read Richard Dawkins book. Students then started looking through the things I had on display and started to have discussions with me.
    I was a faculty last year and I have retired since from Millersville U. I want to do this every year, possibly supported by local PAN members, in all institutions in PA and nearby states where there is no atheistic organizations.

  • Brian

    If your group isn’t listed, please contact us and let us know!

  • Bohemiazo

    The big problem with beliefs is not that they are false, but that they are harmful and dangerous to humanity. We need to use all our human resources to denounce the inmorality involved in indoctrinating defenseless children with fear and nonsense. I find that the thought of a superpowerful creature, able to punish you without any remorse and being able to read your mind is grounds for the development of serious mental illness. Children shoud neve be exposed to that kind of abuse.

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  • PsychoWrath

    Any non believers/freethinkers in Vanango Co.?

  • Huseyin Sahin

    In the name of Allah(God). On how a needle requires a craftsman-it means a needle cannot happen by itself- just like this all the universe cannot happen by itsely.
    An object with art, indicates the craftsman. Think about a needle again, it has sharp tip and it has a hole on top. That shows the craftsman of the needle has knowledge about materials, because he/she chose metal. Also it shows the craftsman of the needle can see and sense the touch and it shows something like these. Now think a human who has more than millions of times art than a needle. This shows the Craftsman of human ,who is Allah(God), is more great than the craftsman of the needle. Because, an object with art indicates the craftsman. Just like this, all the objects with art in the universe indicate their GREAT CRAFTSMAN(Allah).