The Rochester Area Freethinkers (RAFT) is a group dedicated to life without religious bias. We welcome atheists, agnostics, humanists, skeptics, and anyone else looking for a positive experience. Monthly meetings are held in Meeting Room A of the Rochester Public Library. The meetings are at 6:30pm. Occasionally discussions lead to food and drink at Newt's on 1st.
Tired of sacred tsunamis, religious texts with contradictory whirlpools, and tidal waves of needless guilt and shame? Get on RAFT. There's plenty of room. Apostates, the excommunicated, and the lapsed are welcome to join.
What does RAFT do?
RAFT is a social network. We have discussions about important topics of the day or anything that catches our fancy. In the Spring RAFT participates in the Adopt-A-Highway Roadside Clean-up (weather permitting) usually followed by a potluck.
RAFT has special events where speakers give presentations on topics relating to freethinking. August Berkshire of Minnesota Atheists, Lori Lipman Brown of the Secular Coalition, and others have given speeches.
RAFT has a book club where we read books relating to freethinking.
RAFT is what you make it. We're interested in what you want out of this group. Express your ideas at the monthly library meetings, the message board, or directly to RAFT Board members.
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