Community & Social Services
CFI provides a series of alternative services geared to those whose worldview often makes the use of cultural or faith-based providers of community services threatening or simply ineffective. Our services are built on an atmosphere dedicated to reason, science and critical inquiry. We offer a welcoming, nonthreatening and non-judgmental environment. Our services include the following, which meet regularly at various locations in Canada. For details on services at specific locations, please visit the appropriate website.
Secular Organizations for Sobriety (SOS)
A nonprofessional self-help group for individuals and their families dealing with addictions and related problems. SOS prioritizes sobriety, is thoroughly secular, and credits the individual for achieving and maintaining sobriety. SOS is effective because it encourages the use of the scientific method to understand addiction.
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Saskatoon Group (aka “Sober Freethinkers”)
Meets at the Avenue Community Centre (for Gender and Sexual Diversity), every other Sunday at 8:30 p.m.
201-320 21st St. W., Saskatoon, SK
Living Without Religion (LWR)
A group dedicated to problems related to leaving organized religion or living without it and for those interested in exploring the larger issues related to living a secular or freethought lifestyle.
Secular Family Activities
The goal is to create a safe and comfortable atmosphere for families and children of all ages to connect with each other, while sharing insights and readings related to raising a family in an oftentimes religious society.
CFI organizes sustainability projects to engage in the sensible stewardship of this planet we call home to leave a livable world for future generations because we understand that this life is all there is. We are always developing new services at all our locations and we encourage volunteers to contact us to get involved with current programs or the launching of new ones.