Sunday Assembly

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The only way to understand Sunday Assembly is to experience it for yourself. There will be singalong songs, moving stories, passionate speakers—all finished with tea and cake (or coffee and doughnuts!)

Just by being with us you should be energised, vitalised, restored, repaired, refreshed, and recharged. No matter what the subject of the Assembly, it will solace worries, provoke kindness and inject a touch of transcendence into the everyday.

But life can be tough… It is. Sometimes bad things happen to good people, we have moments of weakness, or life just isn’t fair. We want the Sunday Assembly to be a place of compassion, where, no matter what your situation, you are welcomed, accepted, and loved.

You can join a choir, sing in the band, attend and facilitate self-help groups, welcome those who are socially isolated, host potluck dinners, share hobbies, and much more.
Most of all, have fun, be nice and join in.

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Debra Michaels
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28 Mar
Roy Alexander Weise
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27 Mar
PSA: The rather brilliant @MonicaDolan play The B*easts is available on IGTV for the weekend. I saw it a few years… https://t.co/u7tdGNJ099
Sophie Taylor
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27 Mar
The @bushtheatre is celebrating #WomansHistoryMonth by talking to four wonderful women in theatre!💫💫💫 The super t… https://t.co/MbPDqNugHH
JujuPR
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27 Mar
Dilek Latif
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27 Mar
Theatre people of West London. 👇 It’s a very different kind of show but we know how to put it on. Pls RT. Via ⁦… https://t.co/NqDbBV5JFr
Eleanor Lloyd
@EleanorLloyd
20 Mar

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