The groups listed here are associated with The Colorado Coalition of Reason. If your organization would like to become a part of COCORE, please contact us at moc.q@3erococ or at email@example.com
Atheists and Freethinkers of Denver is a Denver-based group self-described as "an eclectic group of secularists, rationalists, humanists, skeptics, agnostics, and atheists"
Found on the Web at: www.atheistsofdenver.org
Beth Ami provides the opportunity to celebrate Jewish culture and identity consistent with a humanistic philosophy of life. Humanistic Judaism offers a Secular alternative in contemporary Jewish life, and is compatible with many belief systems. This congregation meets in a variety of places in the greater Denver-Boulder area.
See their Web site at: www.bethami.com
The Boulder Atheists is a group of secularists, rationalists, humanists, skeptics, agnostics, Brights, and atheists in and around the Boulder area. They organize weekly and monthly social gatherings and have regular monthly meetings.
Found on the Web at: www.boulderatheists.org and also on Meetup.com at: http://www.meetup.com/Boulder-Atheists/
Boulder Heretics is an informal group of atheists, agnostics, freethinkers, and curious that meets once a month in Boulder to discuss whatever is on their minds.
More information is available from: moc.onuj@nosreblucnad. You can also visit their group page on Atheist Nexus.
Colorado Citizens for Science in Medicine promotes science in health care professions and public policies. CCSM current membership is approximately 50 health care professionals and concerned citizens. Members communicate privately through an email discussion list. CCSM is especially active during legislative sessions in opposing bills that would give state imprimatur and funding to unscientific and faith-based practices.
Contact: Larry Sarner (firstname.lastname@example.org) See also the Institute for Science in Medicine.
D.A.F.T. (Denver Atheists & Freethinkers)
In September 2012, D.A.F.T. was discontinued. Please consider contacting or participating with other groups in the Denver area.
The Freethinkers of Colorado Springs advocate the use of reason, defend the separation of church and state and support human rights, civil rights, tolerance and equality for all. They also provide social gatherings, activities, and events for freethinkers, atheists, humanists, and others in the Colorado Springs area.
Found on the Web at: www.freethinkerscs.com
Freethinkers of Northern Colorado is an organization that supports a positive view of atheism in local communities and the world. They provide a community for socializing, activism, and emotional support in the Fort Collins and Loveland areas.
Found on the Web at: http://nocofreethinkers.blogspot.com/
The Humanist Action League (HAL) is a Colorado Springs-based educational and social service organization that promotes humanist principles and protects the rights of freethinkers, humanists, and other non-religious people in eastern Colorado.
See their website at: www.humanistactionleague.org
Humanists Doing Good is an official Chapter of the American Humanist Association. They operate as a nonprofit corporation composed of nonreligious people who work hard to promote the doing of good deeds coupled in harmony with rational thinking. The organization coordinates volunteers who go into the community to perform good deeds for people and organizations where assistance is not otherwise on the way. The organization also works to promote a stable community of individuals interested in learning about the universe we live in while trying to maximize the good they can bring into existence. The organization deals with a wide variety of challenging topics and social issues and encourages open discussion.
See their website at: www.humanistsdoinggood.org/ and on Facebook at Humanists Doing Good.
Humanists of Colorado advocate for individual liberty and opportunity while practicing responsibility to society and planet Earth. The group also advocates democracy, human rights, and social justice. They organize monthly meetings with speakers on a variety of topics, as well as other events. They are a non-profit organization that is dependent on membership dues. Dues-paying members receive a monthly newsletter.
Found on the Web at: www.humanistsofcolorado.org and also on Meetup.com at: http://www.meetup.com/humanism-160/
Leaders in Free Thought is a student group at Colorado State University (Fort Collins) dedicated to promoting secular values in schools and the government.
Found on the Web at: http://www.lift.colostate.edu/ and also on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=104253271624
Metro State Atheists is an affiliate of The Center for Inquiry (CFI), Secular Student Alliance and American Atheists; Which are not-for-profit organizations uniting freethinking, skeptic, secularist, atheist/agnostic, and humanist students and student organizations. Found on the Web at: www.metrostateatheists.wordpress.com
The Pikes Peak Skeptics Society promotes science, reason, and critical thinking. They support the teaching of science, especially evolutionary biology, and critical thinking in public schools. They promote science-based medicine as the standard for health care. They have a committee to evaluate claims of the paranormal. Their stated goal is to minimize damages caused by irrational thinking and erroneous beliefs. The group meets monthly for Drinking Skeptically, holds occasional movie nights, and frequently has monthly discussion groups, and socials. Found on the Web at:www.meetup.com/pikespeakskeptics/
Pueblo Humanist Directions is a chapter of the American Humanist Association, and we support these goals: To be a clear, democratic voice for Humanism, to increase public awareness, to establish, protect and promote the position of Humanists in our society, to develop and advance Humanist thought and action.
Found on Meetup.com at www.meetup.com/Pueblo-Humanist-Directions/ .
This is a social group geared towards secular families. Freethinkers, atheists, agnostics, skeptics, humanists etc. are welcome. We get together for dinner or activities for families with children. Some events are for younger children and some for older. We'll generally meet in the Littleton, Lakewood, Arvada, and Highlands Ranch areas. We are in the process of organizing more events in Boulder and the surrounding area. You'll see more events towards the North coming soon. Found on the Web at: http://www.meetup.com/secularparents2008/
Secular Student Alliance at UCCS is a student group at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. They are an affiliate of the Secular Student Alliance. Found on the Web on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/UCCS.SSA
Secular Students and Skeptics Society is a student group at the University of Colorado, Boulder that promotes critical thinking and scientific skepticism. They are an affiliate of the Secular Student Alliance. Found on the Web at: www.ssass.org
Skeptics in the Pub is a group of people in Northern Colorado who enjoy thinking critically about science, religion, and politics. They meet regularly in Ft. Collins, Colorado for a brew and great conversation. Find your home with the most eclectic group of atheists, agnostics, humanists, science enthusiasts, geeks, freethinkers, and skeptics in Northern Colorado. Found on the Web at: nocoskeptics.blogspot.com and also on Meetup at : www.meetup.com/focoskeptics/
Summit County Humanists and Freethinkers aims to bring people together to promote the understanding and acceptance of free-thought and rationality with public education, good deeds, group activities and affiliations with other secular groups. Their goals are:
- To actively pursue philanthropic work in our local community.
- To host casual meet-ups, discussion groups, and fun activities.
- To create a welcoming environment where people leaving religion can feel secure.
- To promote activism through education in reason and rational thought.
Found on the Web at: www.meetup.com/Summit-County-Humanists-and-Freethinkers/.
Organized in 2007 in Grand Junction, Colorado, the WCAFâ€™s goals are to inform and educate the public in Western Colorado about atheism, to promote atheism through appropriate public and community activities, to actively preserve and promote the separation of church and state and promote the acceptance of atheism as a valid belief system. WCAF also provides western Colorado atheists and freethinkers a way to connect with one another, share information, enjoy social activities, friendship and freethinking conversation. Found on the Web at: http://westerncoloradoatheists.org/