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Sunday Assembly is looking for volunteers to fill key roles in 2020

Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh (SAPGH) is a 501 (c)(3) community benefit organization that operates on all community donations. SAPGH gives the gift of community and connection throughout the year, and wants to reach as many people as possible to improve lives. We are looking for members of the community to fill a few key roles on … Continue reading Sunday Assembly is looking for volunteers to fill key roles in 2020

‘Secular community’ looks to give the gift of community in 2020

The year 2019 is behind us and Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh is looking to expand its community to anyone seeking one. It was an great year for the community and we're looking to carry that momentum into 2020. I attended my first Assembly in 2014. At the time I was a lonely new agnostic that once … Continue reading ‘Secular community’ looks to give the gift of community in 2020

‘The Ultimate Secular Festive Singalong’ for the nonreligious of Pittsburgh

The holiday season has a variety of meanings to people. For many religions, it's the time of the year to observe different aspects of what they believe in. At this time, for many, the air is full of joy and happiness. It is indisputable the holiday season is dominated by religious observances. However, should people … Continue reading ‘The Ultimate Secular Festive Singalong’ for the nonreligious of Pittsburgh

Sunday Assembly launches Yankee Candle fundraiser

Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh has launched its Yankee Candle fundraiser! Whether it's for yourself or a present for a loved one, you can help support us. With your help we can build a bigger, more robust community. SUPPORT BY BUYING Visit http://www.yankeecandlefundraising.com, and then then place an order using the Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh Group Number: 999995463. … Continue reading Sunday Assembly launches Yankee Candle fundraiser

Speaker Alert: the morality and conflicts of ‘end of life’ decisions

The theme of the Assembly this Sunday is 'End of Life'. Dr. Hall will use fiction and personal experience to illustrate some of the ways in which healthcare at the end of life falls short of expectations. He will explore how this is related to concepts of autonomy and the technological imperative that drives much … Continue reading Speaker Alert: the morality and conflicts of ‘end of life’ decisions

Sunday Assembly to face difficult topic of ‘End of Life’

Our October assembly's theme is End of Life. The guest speaker is Rev. Dr. Daniel Hall, who will be talking about counseling patients and families on end of life decisions. We'll also be repeating the naming ritual from last October. Everyone is encouraged to bring in one item that they associate with a loved one … Continue reading Sunday Assembly to face difficult topic of ‘End of Life’

Sunday Assembly Pumpkin Day is announced

Pumpkin Day has become a Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh tradition. Every year the community drives out to Shenot Farm in Wexford, PA and engages in an afternoon of autumnal fun. Activities include a hayride, corn mazes, apple and pumpkin picking, and more. Bring the family and friends, and join the community! Follow us on Facebook to … Continue reading Sunday Assembly Pumpkin Day is announced

Speaker Alert: CMU student to discuss dark matter at the next Assembly

In honor of 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the theme of this Sunday's Assembly will be 'Space'. The main speaker will be Alex Jackson, a physics student at Carnegie Mellon University. Check out their bio and a summary of the talk below: Bio Alex Jackson is a board of directors member and the current … Continue reading Speaker Alert: CMU student to discuss dark matter at the next Assembly

NASA’s space projects kids (or adults) can do at home

. Your kids don't have to go to space to become interested in the topic - there are dozens of space projects on the NASA website. The projects range from making 'universe' slime to building a bubble-powered rocket. The theme of the next Assembly is 'Space', in honor of the 50th anniversary of the moon … Continue reading NASA’s space projects kids (or adults) can do at home

The advice a pastor gave to a crowd of non-believers

Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh described itself as a, "secular community that celebrates life". Many of the members consist of atheists, agnostics, and people who don't identify with any label. Pastor Natalie Hall was invited to speak at Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh. She gave five practices called the "Faith5" that families and households can adopt. The Faith5 is … Continue reading The advice a pastor gave to a crowd of non-believers