Re: question about homeschooling in Las Cruces from a new person
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Melani Daves Moore"
>Thanks for the response. I meant a group that does not require a
belief in any particular religion to be part of the group. Thanks!
Hi, Holly. Although we are Christian (although I don't necessarily
> myself to be a Christian, but my husband is a pastor), we aredefinitely
> homeschooling for non-religious reasons and feel much morecomfortable with
> non-religious homeschoolers than with those doing it for religiousreasons.
> The co-op we participate in is not religious. I think many of thefamilies
> that attend are Christian, however they do not do anythingreligious or
> cover religious topics in any way. I was also told that there areBuddhists
> and others that are part of the group. I honestly don't know whois who or
> what all beliefs are present since that isn't discussed.Christians or
> So I guess it depends if you want a group that doesn't include
> a group that doesn't focus on religion at their get-togethers.