Sunday Assembly is radically inclusive. Everyone is welcome, regardless of their beliefs – this is a family-friendly place of love that is open and accepting.
The Sunday Assembly is an excellent way to meet new people, to find a community, to help others, and to feel a bit better about yourself and the world around you.
We won’t tell you how to live but will try to help you do it as well as you can.
It can be a bit difficult to describe what A Sunday Assembly actually is. Perhaps looking at some previous Assemblies will do better than words.
For information on the next assembly 15th September 2019~ https://www.sundayassemblyreading.uk/events/sunday-assembly-reading-jokes
Where to go
- The Reading Irish Centre
- RG1 7HT
The venue is within easy reach of many Reading Buses http://www.reading-buses.co.uk
A 10-minute walk from Reading train station.
Closest car park is Q-Park Chatham Place
There is a lot of free parking on Sundays on the streets north of the Irish Centre. Try Weldale Street, North Street and Great Knollys Street. There is a footpath that leads from Weldale Street to Chatham Street, and then the Irish Centre will be on your right.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- The third Sunday of the month. Doors open 10:30 for an 11am start.
- Time of day
- Session Information
The Assembly last approximately an hour. Often people stay 30-40 minutes to socialise.
- Is there a charge for
using this service?
- To cover venue hire, the speaker's expenses and other ongoing costs such as insurance we do ask for a contribution. If times are hard, then the Assembly is absolutely free, there is even a "buy forward" system for cakes and coffees. But if you can, then £3 - £5 keeps the Assembly alive.
- Wheelchair accessible?
This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Reading Services Guide, Reading Borough Council (RBC) and Brighter Futures for Children (BFfC) cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations. Information collected by Reading Service Guide; is used solely to implement and supply the Family Information Service (FIS), Special Educational Needs & Disabilities - Reading's Local Offer, Adults & Carers Support Group and Reading Youth.