Terasem is a transhumanist transreligion and movement seeking to use technology to create God. They have various websites, a radio station and a thing called MindFiles, which will allow users to upload their memories onto a server. Terasem hopes to bring unity, diversity and joyous immortality to the public. Started in 2004 they have been on life support since. They have a scripture they call Truths of Terasem, that gets updated every four years. The founder of Terasem is Martine Rothblatt, who created the technology to develop Sirius XM. As a billionaire, she is considered to be one of the richest women in the world.
The Turing Church was founded in 2011. Started by the engineer Giulio Prisco its aim is to educate people based on the principles of cosmism, futurism and transhumanism. Prisco has written two books so far. Tales of the Turing Church and Futurist Spaceflight Meditations, The name of the church comes from the transhumanist belief that a robot will one day be able to pass the Turing test. There are no rituals or ethics involved in Prisco's religion, only the constant faith in humanity to bring among a future that everybody can enjoy.
The Church of Perpetual Life started in Florida as a church to give hope to people are that theistic and transhumanist in nature. They promise that one day technology will advance to a point which one will never have the need or desire to die. They currently advocate this position for their members and encourage the use of age-reverse technologies. For people who have died they support the use of cryonics to preserve them until they are awaken in a new state. They call their followers Immortalists.
Syntheism is a theology of transhumanist nature. The term literally means creating God. While they have no central website anymore, they do have a Facebook following and a book that touches on this topic. The religion started in Swedan and has amasted a following since then. Their book is called Syntheism: Creating God in the Internet Age. Syntheists look more long-term overall and see to it that post-humans are doing what syntheism promises: creating God.
Perhaps the most influential of all transhumanist philosophies, in the scope of Exaltism, the foundation of extropy states that humans can reverse the damage made by entropy and establish a nature that is working and orderly. Founded by visionary Max More decades ago, the institution has officially closed its doors in 2006. However, extropy is now in the dictionary, and the legacy of extropy now carries on with its religious counterpart Exaltism.