• Online Discussion: Black Lives Matter and Me

    Online event

    Let's talk: Let's read. Let's watch videos and discuss social justice, needed reforms, privilege, power and oppression. On our website, reasoncenter.org, we have posted a few links to short videos to provide some food for thought: A few questions to get us started: Where do we fit in? What can we do? How can we effect change?

  • What's Your Story?

    Online event

    Come join us and get to know some new people. We come to this community through many paths, and since we can't be together in person, we still can enjoy getting to know one another this way for now.

  • AOF Event: Candace Gorham on Secular Mental Health

    Online event

    Candace R.M. Gorham comes to us via Zoom on Sunday, September 27 to talk about mental health. She joined a charismatic church at the age of 18 and was ordained as an evangelical minister and prophetess. She was called on to cast out demons and conduct faith healings. She was determined to be the minister, wife, and mother that she was sure God had planned her to be. When financial hardship and depression drove her to contemplate suicide, she dove even more deeply into study of the Bible and quickly became disillusioned. Mounting questions regarding the similarities between Jesus and other god legends before him, the nature of god, and concepts of hell and evil were among the issues that caused Candace to eventually reject belief in a deity. She founded the Ebony Exodus Project to explore the reasons record numbers of black women are leaving religion. Join us at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85617000610 or by calling[masked]. Meeting ID:[masked] Ms. Gorham is a licensed professional counselor and the author of "The Ebony Exodus Project: Why Some Black Women Are Walking Out on Religion and Others Should, Too." She is on the advisory council of the Black Humanist Alliance of the American Humanist Association and is a member of the Secular Therapist Project and the Clergy Project. She lives in Durham, North Carolina, with her fourteen-year-old daughter. Ms. Gorham---and all our speakers---come to us with the support of Atheists and Other Freethinkers (AOF), a Sacramento 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Without AOF, this speaker series would not exist. Join AOF and add your support to this marvelously informative speaker series at www.aofonline.org/join

  • Online Discussion: Black Lives Matter and Me

    Online event

    Let's talk: Let's read. Let's watch videos and discuss social justice, needed reforms, privilege, power and oppression. On our website, reasoncenter.org, we have posted a few links to short videos to provide some food for thought: A few questions to get us started: Where do we fit in? What can we do? How can we effect change?

  • What's Your Story?

    Online event

    Come join us and get to know some new people. We come to this community through many paths, and since we can't be together in person, we still can enjoy getting to know one another this way for now.

  • 🍿🎥 🎫 🎬 Online Movie Night

    Reason Center

    Reason Center and AOF (Atheists and Other Freethinkers) co-sponsor a movie night two Fridays each month. Reason Center has a big screen and sound system. We have chairs, but they're not great for 2 hours of movie watching so we recommend you bring a comfy lawn chair, blankets, and pillows. You can also bring your own dinner and drinks to enjoy in addition to our complimentary theater popcorn. Our movie nights are free for Reason Center members, which starts at only $5/month and supports other activities for our local freethought community. If you would like to become a member sign up here: http://reasoncenter.org Did you notice we didn't say the name of the movie? Unfortunately the type of discounted movie license we have doesn't allow us to share the name of the movie. But you can become a Reason Center member to find out, or sometimes we include a hint in the comments.

  • Online Coffee and Community

    Online event

    Join us on Zoom for coffee (BYOC) and some good conversation. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85735020087?pwd=Wll5WHRiTVc3SDNZRjBpNCs2M3k0UT09

  • Online Discussion: Black Lives Matter and Me

    Online event

    Let's talk: Let's read. Let's watch videos and discuss social justice, needed reforms, privilege, power and oppression. On our website, reasoncenter.org, we have posted a few links to short videos to provide some food for thought: A few questions to get us started: Where do we fit in? What can we do? How can we effect change?

  • What's Your Story?

    Online event

    Come join us and get to know some new people. We come to this community through many paths, and since we can't be together in person, we still can enjoy getting to know one another this way for now.

  • Online Discussion: Black Lives Matter and Me

    Online event

    Let's talk: Let's read. Let's watch videos and discuss social justice, needed reforms, privilege, power and oppression. On our website, reasoncenter.org, we have posted a few links to short videos to provide some food for thought: A few questions to get us started: Where do we fit in? What can we do? How can we effect change?