Please join your new best friends at the home of Tom Patten. You’ll share some drinks and stories on the luxurious patio (masks encouraged) from 4:00 – 6:00 pm. 3001 East First Street in Duluth.
This Saturday (August 22) we will gather at 1:00 pm at the home of “Our Flounder,” Dr. Bill van Druten, to talk and listen and laugh and share. What we’ll be sharing is whatever food, snack, or beverages you decide to bring along (not to mention our views on religion, wisdom, and life in general). We’ll gather in the relative safety of the outdoors for an afternoon of fellowship and fine conversation (masks encouraged). It wouldn’t be as special without you! 2931 Greysolon Road, Duluth, MN 55812 (218) 724-4176 Park anywhere on Greysolon Road but NOT on 30th Avenue!
This Wednesday, August 19th, let’s gather at OMC in West Duluth. There are tables and even a tent outside, so it’s easy to maintain “social distance.” There are beautiful smokehouse dinners at affordable prices and a friendly modern atmosphere.
Vegan or Vegetarian? Maybe one of these will work …
We will meet at 5:30 pm and stay … until we’re done talking! The restaurant is locally owned and operated. OMC Smokehouse, 1909 West Superior St. (218) 606-1611.
This Thursday, August 6th from 4:00-6:00 pm please join other freethinkers at Bob’s Cabins for fun and freedom of thought! The cabins are half an hour out of town and are owned and operated by our very own Bill Guse. First, head up the lake toward Twin Harbors on Highway 61 until Mile #20. Then make a right turn and a quick left and drive a short distance until you see the Mocha Moose Cafe on the left. Now turn right (over the railroad tracks) and left again and drive a little farther this time, watching for the Bob’s Cabins sign on the right (#664). Park by the garages there and walk to the grey house, about 250 feet away. This will be our last gathering at Bob’s Cabins before Bill sells the business and heads into retirement. You’re not going to miss this, are you? If you get lost, call (218) 834-4583.
Ed Raby lost his faith in 2014 after wrestling with a quote by Dan Barker. Upon Losing his faith, Ed entered school where he worked on a degree in Political Science from Ferris State University, which he completed in 2018. Ed and his wife Jody have been married 31 years and have three children and five grandchildren. Ed has recently started his own YouTube Channel called The Rabyd Atheist where he discusses atheism, the Bible, theology, and deconversion.
This is a Presentation of The Clergy Project – an organization dedicated to helping clergy members who have lost their faith and have become agnostics or atheists escape the pulpit and find new lives. At present the Clergy Project has over 1000 members of various denominations: some out and some still in the pulpit. The Clergy Project offers emotional, mental, professional, and psychological support for ministers leaving the pulpit.