Appreciate it, yeah it is a pretty rare name, only other Brick I ever heard of was Brick from Will Ferrell's movie Anchorman, which is hilarious to me
Hey Brick glad to have you aboard. I'm gonna offer you some unsolicited advice. It is obvious that you truly value your atheism, you take pride in it and you want to associate with more people who share this (in my own opinion) very important value. It is also obvious that your girlfriend seriously holds values which are incompatible with atheism. You will either have to choose to be as much of the person you want to be, or seriously compromise your beliefs in favor of hers.
As someone who did end up marrying someone religious, I suggest ending the relationship. The conflict between my wife and I is very hard to live with, not to mention between me and her family, and she has chosen her family and her religion over me many times. Needless to say this has made me very unhappy. Don't make the same mistake. There are plenty of atheist women out there, in fact you may find someone on this site as others have done. Plus your girlfriend may decide that she doesn't want to marry and raise kids with an atheist. It's just a bad idea. I'd be glad to be your friend here regardless of what you decide, but my belief is that you should reorganize your life to suit the values you hold. I think this is very important for anyone to do, and we don't do it often enough. Good luck to you, and sorry if I crossed any kind of line here.