Community Involvement

Community Involvement Ideas for Atheists in Sapulpa:

This link is a comprehensive and easy to follow guide for almost every single volunteer opportunity in Sapulpa

it should be noted the faith based organizations are marked but faith related groups are not. 

1st Sapulpa Church of Atheism is in the work to get an Adopt-a-Highway road segment.  

Community Table: Contact program coordinators directly at 918-321-3643. If you would like to help out individually, I am assured they are almost always in use of a dish washer or someone for clean up. It’s best to show up 2 hours prior and 1 hour after meal times.  If you are interested in doing this as a Team we’ll need 10 people to bring food and distribute, and about 2 months advance booking. Meal times as of 4-1-2011 are:


 1st and 3rd Sunday 12:00-2:00pm

Coordinator: Rev. Ivy Bickl

Phone: (918) 321-3643

Offering volunteer solutions to the local high schools, colleges, and court system for their mandatory volunteer programs. Note: We would also be able to use school facilities and other resources due to the fact other religious organizations have and the protections afforded to minority religions.

Helping to provide funds to Sapulpa Atheists Help for direly needed rental assisitance for Sapulpan’s thru Sapulpa Feast of Hope.

Humane Society Volunteers. “Volunteer orientation occurs regularly every first and third Wednesday of each month at 5:00p.m. (subject to change, so please call for details). The orientation program helps us establish what areas new volunteers are interested in and how they can help. This orientation also familiarizes the volunteer with the shelter; its policies and guidelines.”  

– Meals on Wheels drivers and Senior Dining helpers   
– Nestle Carnation Instant Breakfast Plus delivery 
– Meal on Wheels Assessors
– Monthly Newsletter processing and delivery 
If you are interested in helping 1stSCA, please



 Camp Quest Sapulpa is affiliated with National Camp Quest (Ohio), the first secular summer camp for youth in the history of the United States. Camp Quest was specifically designed for children of Unitarians, atheists, agnostics, freethinkers, humanists, or whatever terms might be applied to those who maintain a naturalistic, not supernaturalistic, world view. Our campers are girls and boys ages 8-15. We  offer a Counselor in Training Program for 16 and 17 year olds. We are in need of adult volunteers to organize.



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