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Started by Cari Park Sep 2, 2012.
Started by Sam in WV Jan 2, 2010.
Started by Sixfeetunderthegun. Last reply by Jack Mallah Sep 8, 2009.
Brother Sam Singleton - Goddamn! Depending on exactly where this hypothetical center might be, even the wife might be up for a short road trip to share libation(s) with some of y'all.
Joe Longwell - I suppose I knew that. I've worked up in Martinsburg for awhile now (which is why we finally moved), and some of my co-workers are outspoken about their faith. But I also attributed that to other aspects of their lives, and didn't really consider how
Maybe some of us oughta get together for a friendly libation somewhere near the center of the state. OK, near what West Virginia has instead of a center. You know, West Virginia holds the geographic distinction of more closely resembling the Flying Spaghetti Monster than any other state. So there's that.
Jeffrey in my experiences yes WV is pretty religious.
Hello, everyone! Wife & I just moved to WV (Eastern Panhandle, Bunker Hill area) from Maryland. Gotta tell you, we're happy to find this group! Our very first full day here (Dec. 1), the gas man (Mountaineer Gas) invited us to church, and told me about how wonderful life is since he found Jesus.
Is WV really THAT religious?
@Jennifer: I'm surprised that the Eastern Panhandle is so void of atheists, being that it is included in the metro area.
I'm finding that there is a shortage here is Central WV, too, though not as few as I had originally believed. I've met a guy who works with 4 atheist co-workers. If only I could work in such an atheist-friendly environment.
just saw this:
A message from Susi Bocks to all members of West Virginia Atheists on Atheist Nexus!The NAP movement is growing, we have close to 3500 members. Not all states are represented with a state chapter. West Virginia is one of them! If you would be interested in taking charge of that position, please email me here on atheist nexus or firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy New Year to all fellow WV atheists and I hope you have enjoyed the solstice and Mythmas season. Please acquaint yourself with where in cyber-space you can find freethought activity originating in WV.
For those who have a special interest in freethinking in the Morgantown vicinity, note the following websites.
The Univ. of Charleston is forming a campus Secular Student Assoc. See their facebook page.
Although not active recently, facebook members can participate at the WV Skeptics page.
Neece Campione of Morgantown has her own blog.
Joe Higginbotham is forming a chapter in the Charleston vicinity of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. If you are currently a member, otherwise interested, or seek guidance and advice for forming a chapter in your area of the state, message Joe at
The November public appearance in Charleston of Ken Ham, CEO of the Petersburg, KY AIG Creationist Museum, has prompted an effort to protect and enhance quality science education at public facilities in West Virginia. If you would like to participate or are otherwise interested, please message me.
The latter two organizing efforts are not limited to atheists and agnostics, so please circulate the information to all whom you believe might be interested.
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