What we're about

The Inland Empire Atheists and Agnostics is a fun and active non-profit community for Atheists, Agnostics, Skeptics, Humanists, Free-thinkers and others who don't believe in any gods or follow any religions.

We seek to be an active force for good in our community and the lives of non-believers. Every month, our members host fun and welcoming social events, engage in intellectual discussions, and host entertaining and educational speakers in the Riverside, Redlands, and Inland Empire area.

We welcome you to join us and become a part of our community today! To learn more about the leadership of the IEAAH, or become involved as an Organizer, please click Here (http://www.meetup.com/InlandEmpireAtheists/pages/IEAA_Leadership/).

Upcoming events (5)

CROSS POST ATLANTA Great Courses: Is Faith Ever Rational?

Please join our hosts Margaret McIntyre and Donald Freeman from Great Courses Plus Philosophy Meetup from Atlanta. I attended Sunday March 28 and the people and the conversation were top notch. Unfortunately, the link was not posted early enough for all who signed up. Please find the link when you RSVP.

NOTE: Go into your ZOOM profile and update your name to show what city and state you're from as well as your group name. For example: Jane Doe Riverside, CA IEAAH if you'd like. It helps when we visit other groups and makes it more fun.

Hi friends,

I will be unavailable on this date so I won't be able to give Donald and Margaret a head count of who has signed up. Please, if you intend to attend (its a good group, well led) please sign up on their Meetup page.

https://www.meetup.com/Great-Courses-Sci-Phi-Science-Fiction-as-Philosophy/

"Let's meet and watch the 11th lecture in the Great Courses: Big Questions of Philosophy series entitled: Is Faith Ever Rational?

A Note before RSVPing: We try to be courteous and hold off on starting the viewing of the lecture until all who have RSVP'd arrive. Please do NOT RSVP unless you fully intend to attend. If your plans change, please be courteous and cancel your RSVP at least a couple hours before it's scheduled to begin.

Lecture Summary:

Given that faith by its nature makes no claim to being logical, can it ever be considered rational? Learn that all of us unconsciously behave as if it is. What are our grounds for doing so, and how does this apply to religious faith? Your inquiry introduces you to famous arguments by Blaise Pascal, William Clifford and William James...."

Weekly LGBTQIA Secular Social Hour

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NOTE: THIS IS A CROSS POST FROM OUR SECULAR FRIENDS IN SAN DIEGO with Jason Frye. Please go to https://www.meetup.com/sdlgbthumanists/ to RSVP to get zoom info.

Where can non-religious LGBTQIA folks make friends, find community, and have that type of uplifting social network that many people seek out in more traditional settings like churches (with none of the superstition or antigay chatter)?

Our community has long had a lot of us as members and in leadership, especially the Humanist Association of San Diego that even has a dedicated LGBTQIA satellite organization.

Come and join us on Wednesdays at 7 pm for our weekly LGBTQIA Zoom Social Hour.

please go to https://www.meetup.com/sdlgbthumanists/ to RSVP and get zoom info.

Secular Week of Action April 30 - May 9

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2021's Secular Week of Action is just a month away! Every year, the secular movement comes together to create change in our local communities and provide a relevant alternative to the National Day of Prayer (May 6, 2021). Our coalition spends a whole week organizing service projects and volunteering as individuals — increasing the visibility of secular people and helping improve our world. Our sister groups in Southern CA will also be participating in this as well.

This year, because of the dramatic increase in food insecurity and homelessness as a result of the pandemic, we’re especially encouraging our members and groups to focus on those critical issues, but any service is encouraged throughout the week of April 30 - May 9.

IEAAH/FAR plans to volunteer with the Homebound Emergency Relief Outreach (HERO) through the Feeding American Riverside/San Bernardino to help deliver food to vulnerable neighbors. The HERO program began as an effort to assist seniors and homebound residents in need of food during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, FARSB has continued to help deliver fresh and non-perishable food to thousands of people in the Inland Empire.

Be sure to log your hours with me so we can report them nationally.

We encourage you to wear your "Humanists Believe in Good" tee shirts and if you don't have one and want one, let me know. [masked].

https://www.feedingamericaie.org/programs There are also other ways to volunteer or donate time or money listed on this website. Go ahead and sign up so your paperwork can be processed in time to volunteer.

Weekly LGBTQIA Secular Social Hour

Online event

NOTE: THIS IS A CROSS POST FROM OUR SECULAR FRIENDS IN SAN DIEGO with Jason Frye. Please go to https://www.meetup.com/sdlgbthumanists/ to RSVP to get zoom info.

Where can non-religious LGBTQIA folks make friends, find community, and have that type of uplifting social network that many people seek out in more traditional settings like churches (with none of the superstition or antigay chatter)?

Our community has long had a lot of us as members and in leadership, especially the Humanist Association of San Diego that even has a dedicated LGBTQIA satellite organization.

Come and join us on Wednesdays at 7 pm for our weekly LGBTQIA Zoom Social Hour.

please go to https://www.meetup.com/sdlgbthumanists/ to RSVP and get zoom info.

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