December Gathering and Potluck - Navigating the World as a Freethinker

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Every 3rd Sunday of the month

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Navigating the World as a Freethinker -- A Community Conversation

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Don't forget to bring your gently used items for our Atheists Helping the Homeless monthly giveaway!

For many freethinkers, learning how to fit into or navigate the world can be challenging, especially in the Bible Belt. The paths freethinkers walk are as varied as you can imagine. Join a community conversation, led by Lesa Perry and Stephen Causey, about our individual styles of building our communities and interacting with the world around us as freethinkers. There will be an opportunity to hear from your fellow freethinkers and perhaps share your experience as well.

11:00 am - Coffee and mingling
11:30 am - Program Begins
12:30 pm - Potluck

BRING YOUR CHILDREN. Age appropriate activities and presentations will be provided while you enjoy our speaker.

Fellowship of Freethought is partnering with Atheists Helping the Homeless on a winter clothing drive this month. Please bring your gently used items (coats, gloves, hats, blankets, sleeping bags, etc) to donate on Sunday. Let’s show some love and help our less fortunate friends stay warm this winter!

Fellowship of Freethought, as part of its mission to promote a family-friendly organization that emphasizes education, socialization, and charity, will be encouraging its members to gather together once a month to learn from each other, share in each others' lives, and coordinate outreach to the community. These "Gatherings" will combine music, short presentations, and special announcements all running alongside a fun yet educational youth program. Following presentations and youth activities is a potluck meal to encourage close fellowship among all members.

Potluck Tips
Just bring food (whatever dish you like to eat). FoF Dallas will supply the drinks, ice, napkins, plates, cups, and eating utensils.

Bring enough to feed yourself, your family, and your guests — as if that were all you had to eat. Food should be "ready to serve". It should be cooked, cut, and ready for someone to quickly put it on their plate as they walk through the line.

Label your dish with the ingredients if it contains common food allergens: milk, eggs, peanuts (groundnuts), nuts from trees (including Brazil nuts, hazelnuts, almonds and walnuts), fish, shellfish (including mussels, crab and shrimps), soy products, and wheat.

Applications for Voting Membership will be collected at the Gatherings.