The Atheist Community
Advancing reason, logic, free-thought and
a secular view of the world
ACT’s annual elections will be held in mid-December.
Voting / board service is open to all dues paying members.
What We Do
ACT strives to positively impact Tulsa without supernatural strings attached.
ACT provides monthly opportunities for volunteering. We provide a meal for the clients at the Tulsa Day Center every odd month. We have adopted a park in Tulsa and provide clean up services every even month. We also have periodic volunteer days at H.O.P.E. Testing.
ACT's monthly meetings showcase educational presentations. We have had speakers from other non profits, science educators, academics, leaders of national groups, and religious representatives. We also host a Book Club and Street Epistemology practice event.
Socializing is central to our goal of building a secular community. We get together to enjoy a drink (DWAs), play games (Game Night), and discuss important ideas. We aim to provide a safe environment for like-minded people to make friends and support each other.
"An Atheist believes that a hospital should be built instead of a church. An atheist believes that deed must be done instead of prayer said. An atheist strives for involvement in life and not escape into death. He wants disease conquered, poverty vanished, war eliminated."
– Madalyn Murray O’Hair
ACT is focused on building a secular community, promoting critical thinking, and advocating for a secular government.
As a 501c(3) non-profit, we serve Tulsa, OK and the surrounding areas.
ACT’s mission is to advance reason, logic, free-thought and a secular view of the world.
We seek to fulfill this mission with three main objectives;
- Building a secular community – We host social, educational, and volunteering events in order to bring people with similar values together. We provide the structure and support to people who may otherwise feel alone and isolated in an environment overwhelmed by religious influence.
- Promoting critical thinking – Our Monthly Meetings, Book Club, and Street Epistemology Practice events are intended to offer opportunities to educate and promote critical thinking skills. We feel that the importance of critical thinking skills cannot be overstated, and with more critical thinking comes more empathy, compassion, human well-being, and an overall better society.
- Advocating for a secular government – We work with national groups like American Atheists and Freedom From Religion Foundation to keep our government representatives in compliance with the constitution. With so many religious fanatics seeking to impose their beliefs on our laws, this is more important than ever. As a 501c(3), our influence is limited, but we do our best to point out religious overstepping and support our secular friends whose rights have been infringed.
ACT is open to all atheists or atheist-friendly people who support our values. No matter what label you go by (atheists, agnostics, skeptics, secular humanists, freethinkers, non-religious etc.) join us for socializing, activism, volunteering, education, and more!
We welcome and encourage your participation.