The following Atlanta- or Georgia-based organizations are dedicated to community or activism for atheists, nonbelievers, secular people, and skeptics. Their events appear on the calendar and lists on this site.
- Agnostics in Warner Robins
- Americans United for Separation of Church & State (Georgia) (AU)
- The Atlanta Atheists
- Atlanta Coalition of Reason (CoR)
- Atlanta Freethought Society (AFS)
- Atlanta Skeptics (ASK)
- Black Nonbelievers of Atlanta
- Chattanooga Humanist Assembly (CHA)
- Coastal Atheists and Secular Humanists (CASH)
- Ethical Humanists of Atlanta
- Fellowship of Reason (FOR)
- First Coast Freethought Society (FCFS)
- Freedom From Religion Foundation of Georgia (FFRF)
- Gwinnett: Understanding Secular Truths (GUST)
- Marietta Skeptic/Humanist Meetup
- Recovering from Religion – Morrow (RfR)
- Southern Crescent Freethinkers
- Sunday Assembly Atlanta
Secular people are often fans of science. The following science-based organizations and communities, while not specifically commenting on religion, are excellent places for learning. Their events appear on the calendar and lists on this site.
The following groups, while not on the calendar and event lists, are also active in Atlanta, Georgia, or nearby areas.
- The Atheist Nighthawks
- Atheist Alliance Helping the Homeless Atlanta
- Atheists, Humanists, and Agnostics at KSU
- Georgia State University Secular Panthers
- Georgia Tech Campus Freethinkers
- Secular Athens
- Secular Student Alliance at UGA
- Secular Student Alliance of Clemson
- Secular Coalition for Georgia
Unitarian Universalist Congregations also serve a need for some secular people. They’re listed here, as well.
- Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta
- Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation
- First Existentialist Congregation of Atlanta
- Unitarian Universalist Metro Atlanta North
- Emerson Unitarian Universalist Congregation
Secular people also need support groups.