Every second Sunday of the month, there's a genial little pub cafe mere steps from the Metrotown skytrain station where folks can take comfort in the company of their fellow non-religious.
Welcome to anyone who'd like to come to this meet-up for food, drink, and open minded chat.
“For six days, work is to be done, but the seventh day shall be your holy day, a Sabbath of rest to the LORD. Whoever does any work on it must be put to death.” - Exodus 35:2
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Uh Oh, bad quote up there. I generally work on the Sabbath. So glad we are not governed by Christian or Hebrew "sharia."
0 · July 12, 2013
Still hoping to be able to get into the city for one of the get togethers.
Meet with other local ex-religious people to discuss how the rejection of dogma has affected our lives.
The purpose is just to have "coffee" and talk to each other about what it is like to have left Christianity or any other faith.
Come to meet other individuals who were enlightened enough to see through the lies of religion.
Because of the nature of this group, devotees of any faith, such as Christianity, are asked not to join.
People who have left any belief system such as Judaism or Islam are more than welcome; particularly, because the three major religions stem from Abraham and the Old Testament.
If you are not an ex-religious but wish to socialize with other free-thinkers, feel free to join us as well. Your insight can be really helpful to somebody who just walked away from a cult.
Please note that this group is not affiliated with any organizations, movements or causes.
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I started the group because there wasn't any other type of group like this. I've met some great folks in the group who have become close friends and have also met some amazing business owners.
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