The Church of the Collective is a religious group that tries to recruit members to spread their word. Founded by Alastair Adana's grandfather. Stormfront was a member when it was "pure", however, she left when they started allowing anyone in i.e.; people of color.

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  • Church of the Collective is primarily a parody of the real world Church of Scientology.
  • The Church of the Collective keeps an extensive data archive of the personal information and history of its members since its founding. As seen where they had extensive folders regarding Stormfront's past during her time as a member during the Group's early days that was later used by A-Train to leak her true identity to the press to ruin her.
  • Fresca is a running gag in the series. Many Church of the Collective members are seen drinking Fresca or offering it to prospective members. There is no Fresca product placement, but rather just an inside joke between the showrunner, Eric Kripke, and the writers, who thought that Fresca seems like the "drink of cult members".
"Then Fresca just came from...honestly, I wish there was a deeper thought than it just became this running joke. We were laughing because we were thinking about like, 'Okay, what does Eagle the Archer serve him to drink? Was it alcohol? No, no, he's in this cult, and they don't drink alcohol. What do they drink?' And I don't know who said it, but someone was like, 'Fresca! They drink Fresca!' And we just started laughing, because for some reason, it seems like the drink of cult members, which I think is going to be their new advertising slogan next year: The Drink of Cult Members. It just seemed like something they drink, and so we just started putting it in more and more. You'll see once you see the whole season, we keep that joke rolling all season long. That Fresca joke does not stop. It is right up until the very, very end of the show, we had Church of the Collective members drinking Fresca."[1]
—Eric Kripke

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