Brother Sam Singleton, Atheist Evangelist, will be conducting a live old-time revival meeting right in Anne Orsi's living room! It'll be a REVIVAL meeting like Brother Sam used to attend in his youth! "In somebody's front room," like he says. In this case, it's Anne's front room, where we like to congregate for fellowship, worship the sparkly Goddess, enjoy eating other people's food, and drink copious... wait a minute.
This should be more respectful.
Brother Sam is barreling through town on his way to Tulsa for a fundraiser for Camp Quest and knowing that not many of us would make it to Oklahoma, wanted to be sure we heard the Good News.
The Good News that we are not alone, that there are many like us who shun superstition and who engage in wishful thinking without begging some invisible friend to accomplish our desires for us, the Good News that - godDAMN! - he's funny.
Last year at Skepticon 4, Brother Sam's Atheist Revival launched Gelato-gate. What will be launched this year, we wonder?
Please BYOB for an evening of revelry, entertainment, and fun. Bring snacks, too, if you're so inclined.
There is no cover charge at the door, but Brother Sam will take up a collection in an effort to meet his expenses. Like all preachers, he needs your money to keep doing what he does. And he's on his way to raise money for Camp Quest. Let's seed that endeavor.
Expect to laugh, to sit on the floor, and to enjoy yourself. Come!
Parking can be a challenge in Hillcrest, especially here, where the old streets are narrow and stone walls line them. There is no parking on Oak St, and parking on Oakwood is very limited. If cars are parked on both sides of Oakwood, no one can get through.
If you do not find a spot on Oakwood (and you probably won't), we suggest parking on H street east of Oak, or on Pine, and walking a block to Anne's house. (It's the one with the orange turret.)