2nd Anniversary of The Clergy Project !

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The Clergy Project

www.clergyproject.org

For More Information Contact:

Catherine Dunphy, acting Executive Director, (202) 738-1764, press@mail.clergyproject.org

For Immediate Release: March 21, 2013

Clergy Project and its members celebrate the 2nd Anniversary of the project

Washington DC– Two years ago, the Clergy Project’s private forum launched with 52 founding members – 38 former clergy and 14 active clergy.

Our private forum continues to offer sanctuary to unbelieving active and former ministers, pastors, priests, rabbis, imams, chaplains, etc. We continue to grow; currently we have 432 members, with 322 former and 110 active members.

On this day I would like to add to a sentiment that was articulated from the beginning of the project, “We are only the tip of the iceberg.”

The Clergy Project is a private, invitation only, online peer support community for active and former clergy who do not have supernatural beliefs.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. I would be interested to hear what sects (?) have had clergy leave. If there is only one church of that type, of course, identifying it might reveal the individual, and he/she may not be willing to receive additional exposure.

    • In reply to #1 by rod-the-farmer:

      I would be interested to hear what sects (?) have had clergy leave. If there is only one church of that type, of course, identifying it might reveal the individual, and he/she may not be willing to receive additional exposure.

      My guess would be the more fanatical ones, since those tend to foster the communities and families which are hardest to come out in/to. There are bound to be Southern Baptists in that list, I’d wager money on that.

  2. There are good educated people working for the church who are wasted on it, this is a good out for them. governments who fund the church should also fund anyone who wishes to leave it

    • Bravo!!In reply to #4 by Dublin-atheist:

      There are good educated people working for the church who are wasted on it, this is a good out for them. governments who fund the church should also fund anyone who wishes to leave it

  3. In reply to #3 by bluebird:

    In reply to #2 by Sjoerd Westenborg:

    There are bound to be Southern Baptists in that list, I’d wager money on that.
    Albert Kohler is that the “god hates fags”guy?
    I betcha they don’t-especially with Albert Mohler at the helm. He flamed the Clergy Project.

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