Guest SpeakersMeetupPotlucks
Jerry DeWitt’s ministry began when he was 17. After 25 years of preaching, including pastorship of two fundamentalist congregations, he became an atheist. DeWitt lives in rural Louisiana.

Jim Strayer
Jim Strayer has a Master of Science Degree from the University of Michigan. He worked in the biology teacher training program at Eastern Michigan University and he has twelve years of teaching experience at the high school level and twenty-two at the community college level. He is also the liaison for the National Center for Science Education representing central Florida.

Jonathan Smith FCS President
Phone: 863-860-2125 / E-Mail:
Consultant specializing in the teaching of scientific concepts and addressing misconceptions within those concepts.
— BSE/MSE Degree Wellingborough Technical College UK
— PhD, University of Phoenix. Scientific Pedagogy and Instructive Strategies
— Member of AAAS and NCSE
— 2008 CFI Contribution to Science award; 2011 Arizona Science Teachers Association Conference, “Best Overall Presenter”

Ryan Cragun, Ph.D.
Ryan T. Cragun (1976-) is a husband, father, and sociologist of religion (in order of importance). Originally from Utah, he now lives in Florida and works at the University of Tampa. His research and writing focuses on religion, with an emphasis on Mormonism and the nonreligious. When he’s not working, he’s spending time with his wife and son, watching science fiction, hiking, playing soccer, or tinkering with FOSS, Gnu/Linux, or computer hardware.


We meet the second Sunday of each Month. For details, click on the link next to the date you are interested in and it will take you to the MeetUp page for our group.

Supported By: Nuanced Media



The first meeting of every quarter is a potluck. Come and enjoy the company and the food.