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The Fellowship of Reason was founded in Atlanta, GA in 1998 as a non-profit organization to provide fellowship, ethical education, and continuing classical education for thoughtful people, young and old. We welcome individuals and families, offering both adult and family-friendly activities. Activities include inspirational, social, educational, and recreational outings. Family and children programs are especially important to us. There's something for everyone!

FOR offers
*a reason-based approach to life
*social events and opportunities
*an active kids' group and family-friendly activities
*adult learning activities and book clubs
*study of aesthetics, ethics, and philosophy
*support in living reflectively and with purpose
*recognition of life events
*a regular children's educational program

FOR is a reason-based moral community. Our guiding question is: "What is the beautiful thing to do?"

All social and educational events are open to visitors. As a non-profit, FOR is a member-supported organization. To learn more about FOR and how to join, visit our website at

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Welcome, Eudaimonists

Recent Meetups

  • 2 days ago · 10:30 AM

    Monthly FORum

    16 Eudaimonists | 5.00

    FORum is our monthly program in which speakers present on various topics, including ethics, ideas, historical events and persons, etc.; followed by discussion and social... Learn more

  • 2 days ago · 10:00 AM

    FORum Sunday School

    8 Eudaimonists

    Martin will discuss Théodore Géricault's The Raft of the Medusa , which is heralded as one of the most influential works of French Romanticism.

  • April 24 · 8:00 AM

    FOR Runners

    9 Eudaimonists | 5.00

    Join us for an invigorating walk along the eastside of the Atlanta Beltline trail, followed by breakfast at Thumbs Up Diner.  We'll convene promptly at 8:00 a.m. at the... Learn more

  • April 23 · 3:00 PM

    Poetry Group

    4 Eudaimonists | 5.00

    THIS MONTH: We will begin by briefly returning to Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, where this month’s poet, Robert Penn Warren, first met the other members of “... Learn more

  • April 19 · 7:30 PM

    Taped Lecture/Discussion Series

    8 Eudaimonists | 5.00

    Please join us for a potluck supper at 7:30 p.m.   At 8:00, we will continue with Introduction to Ancient Greek History with Lecture 22:  "The Struggle for Hegemony in... Learn more

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