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Sunday Assembly Silicon Valley - Wonder

Daily life can be wonderful. For that we are grateful.

In June, we welcome Tucker Hiatt, founder of Wonderfest. He will be examining the fundamental understanding that the laws of nature are continuous in time, and that this understanding can be source of great gratitude for each day of existence. What there will be is an hour-long celebration of life...we sing together, hear inspiring stories and sometimes even get a little silly. What there won’t be is any reference to deities or dogma. Everyone is welcome.

Here are video links so you can practice the songs for this month:

Flashdance... What a Feeling

(Who Wrote) The Book of Love?

Space Oddity

Crocodile Rock

Children’s activities will be provided for the younger members of the congregation. Of course, afterwards there will be tea and cookies, and time to chat. Come and join us in an entertaining and enlightening Sunday morning. Please RSVP here on Meetup. We also share lunch at the San Pedro Square Market after the Assembly. Look for our signs on the back patio around 1:00pm. For more information about Sunday Assembly Silicon Valley:

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Parking Information: Disabled parking on-site. For all others: parking is at the SJSU garage, entrance on San Fernando at 10th St. (cost is $5), or for free in the neighborhood (most streets are unrestricted on Sundays, but please be careful to read the parking hours signs).

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I thoroughly enjoyed Tucker's talk. I have one comment - in addition to the point regarding changing of reality, I think it could also be pointed out that humanity's understanding of reality has changed numerous times - Newton, Einstein, quantum physics. My wonder about this greater subject was launched by the book The Fabric of Reality by David Deutsch.

    1 · June 8, 2014

  • Tucker H.

    I love the Sunday Assembly "movement," and its Silicon Valley manifestation seems ideal: good leaders, good spirit, good venue.

    June 8, 2014

  • Denelle C.

    Great theme , Fun song selection

    June 8, 2014

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