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Corridor Secularists Pages

Hello and welcome to the Corridor Secularists Meetup!

This is a Meetup group designed to help develop a social community for non-religious individuals and families and fellow freethinkers. We hope to pull together atheists, agnostics, freethinkers, humanists, and any one else that shares a religion-free worldview. We strive to create a fun and friendly social environment for everyone. While we encourage the free exchange of ideas, we ask that everyone joining us on Meetup, at a Meetup event, or even our Facebook page, be respectful and considerate of one another.

This local group was established with the help of the Iowa Secularists, a statewide nonprofit organization committed to creating a community of religion-free Iowans, educating the public on living without religion and keeping the Wall of Separation strong. If you are interested in getting assistance to start a local group in your area, please contact the Iowa Secularists at

Thanks for checking us out and we hope to see you soon!

Corridor Secularists exists:

  • To create a community of persons who believe that the truths of the world can be found through logic, reason and science, and who reject religion, mysticism and superstition as a means of explaining the world around us.
  • To create a social community where non-religious people in the Iowa City-Cedar Rapids area can feel welcome and encouraged to engage with their local community.
  • To promote activism and exchange of ideas important to secularists.
  • To make positive contributions to our communities through service and involvement in order to reflect and expand secularists' positive influence to the community.
  • To educate the public on the value of secular ideals, separation of state & church and living without religion.
  • To actively support the Separation of Church and State in our communities, state and nation.

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About Corridor Secularists August 23, 2016 2:25 PM Ken

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