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Thursday, July 9, 2009

Houston Church of Freethought serves local Humanists, atheists, agnostics

The Houston Church of Freethought logo.
The Lightning Bolt has been used as a
symbol of Freethought.
For those who may not be aware, there is a church for those without supernatural beliefs, be they Humanists, atheists, agnostics, or any other freethinker - and one of those churches is right here in Houston.

The Houston Church of Freethought ( is a "fellowship of unbelievers". Yes, as it turns out, those with naturalistic views who may not be a part of mainstream, or even out of mainstream, religions still have a need and a desire to fellowship with others, share their life challenges, hear inspiring and wise presentations relevant to their lives, raise their children to be good people, and share in community. This is the sense in which HCOF uses the word "church".

[Explore further: What is a Freethinker?]

The HCOF has been around several years now, and holds its services on the second Sunday of each month, Coffee and dough-nut fellowship starts at 10:00am with the regular service from 10:30am to 11:30am. Many of the attendees normally goes for lunch together at a nearby restaurant afterwards. The Services are held at the Holiday Inn at 3131 West Loop South, Houston TX 77027.

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