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    Application Form

    Prospective Private Clergy Project Online Community Participants

    Thank you for your interest in becoming a participant in The Clergy Project Online Community!

    Our Screeners are committed to protecting your privacy, and we do not disclose (beyond the Screening Committee) any information that you share in your application.

    Our screening process has been set up to “vet” new applicants in order to protect the anonymity of our current members and the privacy of those seeking membership. This process involves disclosing information regarding your history as a professional religious leader, as well as what led to your rejection of the supernatural dimension and theism.

    If you meet the qualifications (rejecting the supernatural and being a current or former religious professional), a screener will reach out to you via email to setup a convenient date and time to speak by phone or video chat (your preference).

    Again, thank you for your interest in becoming a participant; we look forward to chatting with you!

    Preliminary Information


    Applicant Requirements

    • I have read the Qualifications for Participation section on the Join Page, and I consider myself to be a non-theist who does not believe in a supernatural dimension. Specifically, I do not believe in an order of existence that is beyond the visible observable universe appearing to transcend the laws of nature, a mystical dimension, an afterlife, or a god.

    Religious Background

    • This assists us in selecting an appropriate Screener.


    • This section is just for statistical reporting, to help us get a feel for the demographic make-up of our community.

    What brought you here?




    We've reached 1,000 participants!

    The Clergy Project has just reached a milestone of 1,000 verified non-believing clergy (current and former) participating!

    To read more, please check out this article on the Rational Doubt blog.