The Sunday Assembly is a secular congregation that celebrates life. Hosted by David Diskin
Every 2nd Sunday of the month
This Month’s Main Speaker:
The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future.
Julia Yu, from the Sacramento chapter, will cover IRC’s programs and the current refugee and immigration crisis in California and along our southern border.
Julia is a current student at UC Davis studying Human Development and International Relations. She has been interning with the International Rescue Committee in Sacramento since October 2018 as the Volunteer Coordination Intern supporting the screening and onboarding of volunteers.
9:30 – Volunteer Arrival
10:30 – Doors Open
11:00 – Service Begins
12:15 – Potluck
What is Sunday Assembly?
Our events are 75 minutes of inspirational talks, music (mostly 80s and 90s pop hits), poetry and art, donuts and coffee, and more, followed by an optional potluck.
We are radically inclusive – everyone is welcome, regardless of their beliefs (or lack thereof), their sexual orientation, their age, gender, or politics.
Our events are free for all to attend, though donations are appreciated.
Childcare is provided for potty-trained youth ages 2 and up, though we expect older children will have a blast at the regular service.
Our Motto: To live better, help often, and wonder more.
And It’s a Potluck!
Stay after the service and have lunch with your fellow Sunday Assembly goers. Bring a dish to share — just make sure your dish will be waiting about an hour until we dig in.
We’ll cover drinks, napkins, plates, and plastic ware.
Reason Center is committed to the promotion of critical thinking and secular values. In partnership with other secular groups and organizations, it hosts knowledgeable and engaging speakers discussing a wide range of related topics.