Look, we know how you’re feeling…
Halloween was followed almost immediately by loads of kids setting off fireworks, and before you’ve even caught up on your sleep from that you’re being beaten around the head with Christmas messages.
Marmite is going up in price, Tolberones have turned into bike racks and, you know, “the event” that we don’t talk about any more.
So what we need is some fantastical escape to make us all feel better. And we have got a fantastical escape for YOU!
So the theme of the next assembly is going to be the understated title DRAGONS VS DINOSAURS.
If that didn’t pique your interest to come along, we’ve got Nathalia Gjersoe who is a senior lecturer in developmental psychology at the University of Bath, and has written for the Guardian, and will actually be performing at the Sunday Assembly for her second time. Expect pop songs, cake (please don’t forget to bring cake) and, hey, you might even learn something.
We’re also collecting for our homeless appeal so don’t forget to bring your bag or box full of stuff. A full breakdown of what we need can be found here on our website.
If you’ve never been to Sunday Assembly before, I’ve basically outlined what’s going to happen above. And you’ll get to high five a bunch of people as well which is pretty nice.
If you have been before, we’d love to have you at our Welcoming stand. If you’re able to say hello to people for about 20 minutes you’re already qualified for the role, so just comment on here and we’ll be chuffed to have you on board.
Also we’re going to have a spot of lunch at the Old Market Tavern afterwards.
So, just to summarise;
We’ll see you at about 10:45 for an 11:00 start at the Trinity Centre this Sunday. We’ve set up a chair for you already.
We thought it might be fun to have a festive sing-along special! The plan is to have a fairly laid back event singing a collection of festive songs – aiming for fun, and a lack of religiosity where possible, though definitely getting a few of the less outright religious carols in the mix as well as the more modern pop songs!
Let us know if you have any requests in advance and we’ll try and accommodate them, though we may well be able to accommodate a bit of an open mic type feel if anyone is interested.
I’m afraid one thing worth noting is that as we will be using the venue courtesy of Cafe Kino there will be no free cake – though you can pre-order to avoid disappointment!
So, just to summarise;
We’ll see you at about 10:45 for an 11:00 start at Cafe Kino in Stoke’s Croft on the 11th of December 2016 (It’s another Sunday)
Hope to see lots of you there!
Buckets of love,
See you on Sunday, at the Trinity Centre at 11am.