Atlanta Freethought Society Meeting Cookout!

There will be no speaker in June. Instead AFS will have a good old fashioned cookout in the pavilion! EDIT: due to expected thunderstorms we will instead have a potluck in the Hall, with AFS furnishing the main dishes.

Atlanta Freethought will provide the hotdogs, hamburgers, and drinks and you brink side dishes and desserts! Hey, maybe even bring some games to share–There’s a swing set here so don’t hesitate to bring the little ones too!

We generally meet at noon for socializing, and then the talk starts at 1:00. The facility is wheelchair accessible. Atlanta Freethought Hall is a former Primitive Baptist Church, built in 1866. Atlanta Freethought Society was founded in 1985, which makes it one of Metro Atlanta’s oldest secular societies. AF Hall is the meeting place for Fellowship of Reason, Freedom of Religion Foundation of Atlanta, as well as other organizations. We rent the building at reasonable rates. If you would like to rent the hall for an organization meeting, a party, a wedding, etc., please see a Board Member.