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Sunday 20 August    at   11.00 – 12.15 am
St Andrews Church – Waterloo Street, BN3 1AQ Hove

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How often do you slow down enough to properly take stock and assess how things are going? Is it sometimes hard to stop and consider where you’d like to go next?

To celebrate the summer holidays, our August assembly will explore the importance of taking time to ‘Reset’ your priorities once in a while – via a leisurely combination of inspirational speakers, scientific factoids, singalong pop songs and a moment of reflection.

Our guest speaker will be Slow Coach Anne Burniston, who gave up her corporate career to find a more meaningful life in the French Pyrenees, before finding a new purpose by helping others to slow down and reset their priorities. Anne has already spoken at Sunday Assemblies in London and Reading, so she comes highly recommended by our friends in those cities.

As always, there will be generous portions of tea, cake and friendly chit-chat immediately afterwards – so you can take time to kick back and make new friends or simply cach up with old ones.

Entry is completely FREE with a full refund if you don’t have a lovely time.

We hope to see you there!

IMPORTANT: Please note that this assembly is taking place on the THIRD Sunday of the month (not our usual fourth one), to avoid the August bank holiday weekend.

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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.

http://www.sundayassembly.com/

Sunday Assembly Brighton takes place on the fourth Sunday of every month at the beautiful St Andrew’s Church on Waterloo Street, Hove, BN3 1AQ (see Important Note below).

Please be aware that although the address above is correct, the map shown by Facebook is wrong… it is definitely at the seafront end of Waterloo Street in Hove, opposite the Iron Duke pub. Somewhat inconveniently, there are two St Andrew’s churches in Hove (doh!) so please don’t end up in the other one, which commonly gets picked up by Google maps by mistake and may well have lots of religious stuff going on.