What we're about

Sunday Assembly London is a secular community celebrating life! We get together on the first and third Sundays of every month to sing pop songs, hear poetry, listen to great speakers talking about life, science and other fascinating stuff, sing some more songs and then have tea and cake.

Our goals are to LIVE BETTER, HELP OFTEN and WONDER MORE. We're open to everyone, and our Sunday morning events are free (donations welcome, of course).

We also have social groups and fundraising events - please sign up to receive our weekly newsletter so you can find out about all of our upcoming events and other important info from our community: http://eepurl.com/dn-2ED

Upcoming events (4+)

July - in person boardgames meetup 2 - SA East End

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Join us at our 2nd in-person boardgames meetup for July.

Newcomers are very welcome.

We generally play short, easy to learn fun games.

I've also created this event on Facebook and we usually get others jump in last minute at the Assembly so there will be more people than are showing just on the guest list here.

Post Assembly Picnic - SA East End - Bartlett Park

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Bring a picnic mat and food from home.

I've also created this event on Facebook and we usually get others jump in last minute at the Assembly so there will be more people than are showing just on the guest list here.

Choir Rehearsal- in person

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*Update: This rehearsal has been moved from 20 June to 11 July! So we'll have two rehearsals at the start of July, on the 4th and the 11th. The rehearsal on 20th June is no longer happening. *

We are a non-audition community choir welcoming all abilities. We meet every other Monday from 7-9pm to learn music which we will perform at Sunday Assembly London's gatherings. It's fine if you don't want to perform; drop in any time to enjoy singing with others. You can find us in the upstairs function room at the Devereux Pub in Temple.

Exceptional Individuals

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One of the most positive developments of the 21st century has been the acceptance and understanding of neurodiversity. First coined in 1998, 'neurodiversity' is the idea that certain developmental disorders and learning difficulties are normal variations in the brain, and are essential strands in the fabric of humanity. Our main speaker, Matt Boyd, will talk to us about the organisation he founded, Exceptional Individuals, which helps neurodivergent people find work that suits their unique set of traits as well as assisting employers in supporting their neurodivergent staff.

Hosted by renowned slam poet Robin Lamboll, this assembly will include summer-y sing-alongs with the Sunday Assembly Band, a guest performer, and a talk from a member of our community who is "Trying Their Best". Please stay after for tea, biscuits, and engaging conversations with members of our community. Reserve your spot here: https://bit.ly/Exceptional_Individuals

This will be a hybrid event, which means it will be held in-person as well as live-streamed through our website, https://www.sundayassembly.com. We will make a Zoom room available for livestreamers after the assembly has finished. Link to be shared on the day.

Our assemblies are free to attend, but we kindly request that you support us so we can continue to keep it open to those who cannot afford to contribute. https://sundayassembly.enthuse.com/donate-oneoff#

Past events (372)

Choir Rehearsal- in person

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