This month’s assembly will be even more child-frendly than usual, exploring the spirit of adventure via an uplifting combination of inspirational speakers, amazing science, original poetry and singalong pop songs.
Back by popular demand, our main speaker will be our much-missed science guy Russell Arnot, who moved away last year but is coming back to tell us about his underwater adventures as a free-diver. Our resident poet Rosa will be sharing another hand-crafted piece of prose and one or two mystery speakers will be adding to the sense of adventure.
To finish off the fun, there will be complimentary tea and home-baked cakes immediately after the service – so your kids can get a sugar rush and run riot while you make new friends and catch up with old ones.
Entry is FREE for everyone (not just kids) so put the date in your diary now and we’ll see you there!
PLUS: FOODBANK COLLECTION
We will also be running our regular foodbank collection at the main entrance: making it super simple for you to donate any in-date, non-perishable food and toiletries that you can spare (ie. tins, packets, jars and bottles).
OPTIONAL ADD-ON: AGM 2017
You are also invited to join the Sunday Assembly Brighton team for FREE FOOD at our annual AGM at 1pm-3pm at The Southern Belle pub & hotel, immediately after our November service.
Full details on our dedicated event page at:
ABOUT SUNDAY ASSEMBLY
The Sunday Assembly is a worldwide network of non-religious gatherings which aims to uplift and inspire through readings, talks, silent contemplation and classic pop songs.
Sunday Assembly Brighton takes place on the fourth Sunday of every month at the beautiful St Andrew’s Venue on Waterloo Street, Hove, BN3 1AQ (see Important Note below).
Please be aware that although the address above is correct, the map shown by Gogle Maps can sometimes be wrong… it is definitely at the seafront end of Waterloo Street in Hove, opposite the Southern Belle pub (previously the Iron Duke). There are two St Andrew’s in Hove so please don’t end up in the other one, which sometimes gets picked up by Google Maps by mistake and is still a normal church. Ours should be listed as St Andrew’s Venue.