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The Atheist Community of Charlottesville is dedicated to promoting positive atheism and establishing a thriving secular humanist community.

It is our hope that this community provides you a safe place to be with other like-minded people.

We have several events planned for 2018 already, but please let us know what else you'd like to see happen.

Our focus is not necessarily on discussing atheism, but rather on building friendships and community.

To donate funds so we can participate in the upcoming Cville Pride 2018, go here:

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Mission Statement: The Atheist Community of Charlottesville is a group of non-religious people: secular, humanist, agnostic and atheist, and more. Our mission is to advance our local community through rational thought and expanding knowledge. We aim to provide a safe space for non-religious people to come together to support each other, find common interests, friendship, and work together to make the world a better place for everyone.

We value diversity, and welcome people from all backgrounds to join our growing community!

We are a Chapter of the Washington Area Secular Humanists (WASH). The Washington Area Secular Humanists (WASH) was incorporated in 1989 as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) educational organization in Maryland. Our purpose is to promote scientific literacy and critical thinking, to provide a forum for humanists and others to explore humanist principles and how they relate to all aspects of human experience, and to study the significance of humanism throughout history. Secular humanists are distinguished by an emphasis on scientific methods of knowing, separation of church and state, and a commitment to the pursuit of humanist goals outside religious frameworks. WASH sponsors ten local chapters for the promotion of Secular Humanist activities within specific communities. (

WASH is a Chapter of the American Humanist Association

We are an affiliate of American Atheists, Inc

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