Each October we hold an Assembly with the theme of Remembrance. We will be performing a ceremony to remember the people that we’ve lost. If you would like, we invite you to bring a picture, an item, a story, or simply the name of someone that you loved and have lost. We will also have fall leaves available to place on our Remembrance table during the ceremony in honor of those we've lost.
Our speaker this month is Deb with Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful. Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful is a community-driven organization with the vision of a vibrant Coyote Creek with clean waters, abundant wildlife, and natural beauty that everyone can enjoy. Deb will share how they mobilize resources and engage community members to become the creek’s advocates and caretakers. The programs they offer include action projects, educational events, and recreational activities, all to help people learn more and take care of Coyote Creek, located in the South Bay.
It's time to celebrate the Summer Solstice. Get ready to sing some bright sunny pop songs, and bask in some warm gratitude for the sun and summer! We’ll also have Creative Space, Moment of Reflection, Doing Your Best, and Life Happens.
Outdoor potluck from noon to 1:00 pm. Last month's lunch was fun, so please bring a dish to share and stick around to chat with friends and meet newcomers!
Join us for our first in-person Assembly in two years! We'll be singing along to great pop songs with the band, hearing from members of our congregation, and, in lieu of a speaker, we'll have some small group discussion time to connect with each other. And afterwards, especially for Mother’s Day, enjoy pizza and ice cream sundaes on us!
If you're not able to join us in person, you can still join us on Zoom. The link will be on Meetup for those who RSVP.
Join us for Assembly! Our guest speaker is Joshua French, a co-organizer of Action for Happiness Brighton (UK). Joshua will be introducing us to the evidence-based 10 Keys to Happier Living. We’ll have a chance to share our ideas about how to create a happier, kinder world.
Richard is hosting this month. We’ll also have a reading, a Doing Your Best talk, and great singalongs with our music team, along with social time before and after Assembly. Let's have fun and be happy!
Our guest speaker, Mandisa Thomas, is the founder and president of Black Nonbelievers, Inc.
Mandisa will discuss women of color in the secular movement and the work they're doing, including Women of Color Beyond Belief 2022. She will also discuss ways to support this work, as well as how secular organizations can improve in their diversity efforts.
We'll be singing Happy by Pharrell Williams, What the World Needs Now by Jackie DeShannon, and I'm a Believer by Smash Mouth.