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Sunday Assembly 5th Anniversary: Communty Sing & Meetup | Berkeley

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Sunday, January 20, 2019 - 11:00 am | Cost: FREE
South Berkeley Senior Center | 2939 Ellis St, Berkeley, CA

Sunday Assembly: Communty Sing & Meetup | Berkeley

Sunday Assembly
 is a non-religious congregation that celebrates life. They’ve got the best parts of a church – community, singing, and acts of service – without any of the religious dogma.

They typically meet on the third Sunday of the month to sing, think, listen, laugh, and build community together. They feature speakers from the local science and humanities communities, and they typically offer a way to donate to a local organization.

The Sunday Assembly is a godless congregation started in 2012 by two comedians and performers in England. It is a growing global network of people with the motto to “Live Better. Help Often. Wonder More.”

Happy 5th Birthday, Sunday Assembly East Bay! Some of their old-timers might not have wagered that they would still be going after 5 years, but here they are! It’s time to celebrate, reflect and look forward to the next 5 years, so their January meeting will be a birthday party.

In addition to the usual songs and readings, they will have fun and interactive group activities to help them take stock of where they have been and where they are going individually and as a group. Be prepared for some light-hearted deep thinking!

In honor of the occasion, they are upgrading their usual potluck to a banquet, with place settings around one big table, toasts and cake! Please bring good food to share. Put your name on any plates or serving utensils you bring and label your dish if it contains any allergens that might be a concern.

Event Details

Cost: FREE
Categories: Charity & Volunteering, East Bay, Lectures & Workshops, Live Music
Address: 2939 Ellis St, Berkeley, CA

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