Thanks, Anita, and Nontheist Friends,
While the NtF web sites aren't as dynamic as interactive conversation in this email group, for example, they could be good starting places for new friends / NtFs who might want to initiate a conversation, or have questions.
Here are what I'll call the American and the British NtF web sites -
And I don't know of any other NtF web sites in other languages, although the Wikipedia Nontheist Quaker page is in both English - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Nontheist_Quakers - and in Spanish - https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Cuáquero_no_te%C3%ADsta - (thanks to Wikidata, I think), and will develop independently as people edit them.
And here is the beginning "Nontheist Friend" wiki school for open teaching and learning as well - http://worlduniversity.wikia
.com/wiki/Nontheist_Friends_( atheist_Quakers%3F) - and this will emerge newly in many languages when WUaS moves to a new wiki out of Wikidata/MediaWiki (Wikipedia-related, potentially in 358 languages).
Here, too, is my nontheist Friend blog label -
A little news here - Friend Mark Helpsmeet just last week did a great interview conversation podcast about Friendly-informed World University and School here - http://northernspiritradio.o
rg/episode/free-universal-scho ol - and with great songs. Thanks to Friendly Folkdancer Mark Judkins Helpsmeet in Eau Claire, Wisconsin! And WUaS is seeking undergraduate students this autumn online for free CC MIT OCW- and Yale OpenYaleCourses-centric undergraduate degrees.