Sunday Assembly Bristol: July: Feeling Adventurous?

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Date/Time
Sun 7th July
10:45 am - 12:45 pm

Location
Trinity Centre


Our theme this month at Sunday Assembly Bristol is adventure and excitement – we’re still waiting to confirm the full details with our speaker but we’ll update the event as soon as possible! As always, we’ll have our usual selection of songs, performance, reading and of course cake, so come along and join in the fun! 

After our assembly this month, we have our super important ‘Future of Sunday Assembly Bristol’ planning meeting, so if you’re keen to know how we plan to go forward with SAB, or want to help keep SAB running in the future, please stick around for the extra hour after the assembly!

Our aim at all Sunday Assembly events is to be radically inclusive. That means that really anyone is welcome to any Sunday Assembly in the world. We’ll do our best to not make you feel singled out or treated differently, but we are human so are likely to err, so please feel like you can message us and let us know if we did anything wrong. There’s a good chance you may feel challenged (to be a better person hopefully!).

Kids are always welcome at Sunday Assembly events, and events at the Trinity Centre are wheelchair accessible and we try and make events at other sites accessible too.

2 thoughts on “Sunday Assembly Bristol: July: Feeling Adventurous?

  1. Ann Burke says:

    Hi guys, I’d like to try do the Open Mic slot /try your best, in July. I did one back in Feb. and it bellyflopped so this is a chance at redemption.

    Let me know if you still have the slot available.

    Thanks,
    Ann

    • Jess Brydon says:

      Hi Ann,

      So sorry for only just seeing this – not sure when you sent this but our website contact form hasn’t been working and I’ve only just realised!

      The slot in July is definitely still available if you’re interested and we’d love to have you perform again! Hopefully if you reply to this it should now be working!

      Thanks!
      Jess

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