To unify and organize:
atheists, agnostics, secularists, humanists, religious naturalists, spiritual naturalists, “new ageists,” as well as those who identify as nontraditional religious, nonreligious spiritual, and nonspiritual;
to support the cultivation and flourishing of what we’re currently calling sacred sites | sacred spaces;
to give a home to those who yearn for sacred and secular communion;
to be a source of education, information, and resources.
The time has come for a movement and/or organization that connects and unifies secular and nontraditional religious people who share a common vision and/or feelings.