As a chapter of the Freedom from Religion Foundation:
1. Our mission is to protect and preserve our democracy. To protect and
preserve our democracy requires there be a separation of “church and
state”, meaning that we cannot abide a country where it’s affairs are
determined by religious dogma.
2. Our mission includes the promotion of ideas that are non-theistic while being inclusive to all points of view.
3. We understand that our mission will not be successful over time
unless we engage the participation of a younger generation. If we are
not successful in this effort, it is likely that our new Chapter will
4. We will endeavor to mimic the best practices of FFRF chapters throughout the U. S.
5. We will endeavor to develop creative practices that could possibly represent a “beacon of light” to others.
purposes of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc., as stated in
its bylaws, are to promote the constitutional principle of separation
of state and church, and to educate the public on matters relating to
chapters are created for the purpose of providing local activities for
area FFRF members, as well as to further FFRF's purposes of educating
about nontheism and protecting the separation between church and state
at the local level.
Under FFRF bylaws, all members of FFRF chapters must be members of the national Freedom From Religion Foundation.
FFRF rebates dues to chapters, so your national membership supports local chapter work.