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Free Thinkers Alliance




The mission of this organization is to provide a safe place where secular students at LHS canfind acceptance, learn about secular issues, organize to help others, and work to break down stigmas surrounding the secular community through leadership by example.


We seek to heighten awareness of the secular community that exists at LHS as well as its potential for contributing good things to society. We aim to reduce the ill-effects of negative stereotypes and stigmas on Liberty’s atheist and agnostic teenagers by letting them know that they are not alone in their skepticism and providing for them a safe space to meet, cooperate, and discuss their ideas with like-minded peers.

Community Service

Possibilities include working with the Secular Organization for the Sobriety of Kansas City, awareness-raising initiatives, the implementation of secular safe zones, and the development of literature to help students who are realizing their secular identities.

Planned Activities

Potential activities include hosting discussions, attending lectures, and organizing the service initiatives detailed above.

Meeting Info.

Meeting Dates: Wednesday mornings

Meeting Time: 7:15am - 8:00am

Meeting Location: Room 901

Membership Info.

We are looking for students who are naturalistic, compassionate, and interested in learning about and getting involved in the secular movement.

No limit to memebership