The theme of the forthcoming Sunday Assembly is ‘Roots and Wings’. I don’t really know what that means, possibly some kind of hybrid plant-bird. More information as it comes in.
The next Sunday Assembly will be on the 8th of March, at 11am. We welcome new people! We welcome old people! We welcome blue people! We welcome bald people! Though, to be fair, we don’t get that many blue people… the outreach programme into the blue community has not yet paid off in the way […]
Many years ago, in Corby, where my Dad lived, a hopeful developer put up a sign announcing a utopian housing development called ‘Wonderworld’. As time went by, and nothing happened, save that the sign became gradually more tattered, some wag painted the words ‘wonder when?’ across it. And thus the sign stayed, a testament to […]
The theme of the forthcoming Sunday Assembly is ‘Wonder More’, and the speaker will be our very own Allan Hayes. I’m afraid that I’m a bit disorganised this time, and I haven’t found out what the songs will be. So please practice all the songs you know, just in case. There will be a bring-and-buy […]
The spectre of death haunted our recent Sunday Assembly. During the two-minutes silent contemplation he stalked along the rows of congregants, taking careful note of faces. As we met our neighbours to discuss our ‘bucket-list’ desires he sat pensively in the corner, sharpening his scythe. And when the band started playing the Beatles’ ‘In My […]
The theme of the forthcoming Sunday Assembly is ‘Death’, a subject that is guaranteed to touch us all in one way or another. Though most deaths are mourned, and too many are tragic or premature, it is what makes our celebration of life so necessary and so poignant. As the saying almost goes: in the […]