When it comes to atheist/agnostic groups, I believe a lot of them become wrapped up in a great debate with the theists. But what is accomplished in these debates? Very rarely is a theist convinced to see things from another perspective. These people are already fixed in their beliefs, to a point where they want to get into debates with the other side.
Little is accomplished with these debates, in my opinion. I am agnostic, and I feel there is no need to push my beliefs on someone or debate with people who will not see eye to eye with me in the long run.
Instead, I have a vision of a stronger freethinking community. A place where like minded people come together to discuss ways of living better. A physical place to educate their children on our way of life. The theistic community is often wrong about what it is to be atheist/agnostic. We are strong minded individuals with a deep sense of morality. Our morality does not come from what an ancient culture wrote down thousands of years ago, it comes from our ability to rationalize and empathize with a given situation.
I believe it is easy to become alienated in my area from not being a theist. There are strong cultural values implanted from generations of religious traditions. It's tough not having an outlet. Ultimately, I would like to form a group that brings together people from all areas, so no matter where we go, we will find friends.
Religion is strong because of its community. Despite what we disagree on fundamentally, the idea of helping one another, and giving back to the community is a good thing. This is what a group of atheists and agnostics should be. Not to debate and boast its superiority, but to strengthen its community by cultivating its ideas of living better with one another.
I'd like to form this group, part of the reason I joined this site; to find other people who share a vision of a stronger community.