Community Links

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Though the Atheopagan Community exists primarily on our Facebook Group and Discord server, you can find members of our community discussing and developing their individual practices across many different platforms.


Naturalistic Paganism Paganism firmly rooted in the empirical world. Includes columns and blogs from several writers discussing Paganism from a Naturalist perspective A blog aggregator that pulls material from many naturalist Pagan writers.

Atheopaganism Blog Blog published by Atheopaganism’s founder, Mark Green

Blood, Whiskey, and History A personal blog exploring an Atheopagan spiritual journey.

Canadian Mutt The blog of Rua Lupa, founder of Ehoah, contributor to Natural Pagans, and former blogger at Patheos: Paths Through The Forests.

Humanist Year A Humanist liturgical calendar and lectionary project. It is an attempt to observe and celebrate the passing of the year in a ritualized-but-non-theistic way.

Modern Non-Theistic Witchcraft Focuses on the self and science. A modern take on traditional witchcraft.

Ritual.Network A personal blog exploring atheistic ritual practices.

Like-Minded Organizations

Though The Atheopagan Society is its own organization, we have much in common with other communities of naturalistic spiritual seekers.

Ehoah A naturalistic endeavor to ensure all the connections we make within Nature are harmonious.

Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS) an organization dedicated to networking Pagan-identified Unitarian Universalists.

Houston Oasis a secular community that meets weekly on Sunday mornings to enjoy fascinating talks, live music, and conversation.

Seattle Atheist Church a place where atheists come together to do church: to address the Big Questions and celebrate meaningful life events with atheist rituals.

Spiritual Naturalist Society Spiritual Naturalism (also called religious naturalism) sees the universe as one natural and sacred whole – as is the rationality and the science through which nature is revealed. 

Sunday Assembly A network of secular communities who gather to celebrate this one life we know we have. We’re a global movement for wonder and good.

World Pantheism A movement focused on revering the universe, caring for nature, and celebrating life.

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