Let's celebrate life, people!

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Every 1st Sunday of the month

Trimble House

69 Trimble Street · Nashville, TN

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October 6, 2019 only, we celebrate at Trimble House, where SA-Nashville will have hosted an international conference in the preceding weekend for Sunday Assembly organizers and volunteers.

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Sunday Assembly Nashville is a secular congregation that celebrates life! We don't believe in the supernatural but won't tell you wrong if you do. We welcome all who welcome all! Our monthly event is designed to get us to laugh, sing a bit, learn something, and let our hair down.

On the 8th, we will explore the complex theme of Mental Health. We'll hear from MARYA HORNBACHER is an award-winning journalist and bestselling writer. Her books include the memoirs Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia, which has been published in twelve languages, and the New York Times bestseller Madness: A Bipolar Life; the recovery books Sane: Mental Illness, Addiction, and the Twelve Steps, and Waiting: A Nonbeliever's Higher Power; for those who don't believe in God—or don't know whether they believe—New York Times best-selling author Marya Hornbacher offers an insightful, moving approach to the concept of faith.

There will be a film crew from NBC at Assembly. They are doing a piece on the changing face of religion in America. There will be a place marked off to sit if you do not want to be on camera.

Enjoy great danceable songs with the rocking Unnamed Assembly Band.

We’ll hear from our own Heather Mendenhall, who is Trying Her Best to manage mental health issues.

Best of all, get to know other people like you from our area, because life is better when you have a community to share it with!

Don't forget to join us at our post-event potluck lunch! Bring a dish if you can! But don't worry if you can't! We'd love to see you there.

Free child care in the kids education room from 10:00 a.m. Our team of adult volunteers has created an awesome curriculum of readings and crafts to entertain your kid and help them think about the themes we also focus on in our Assembly service.