Adam Rosko, director and star (playing Captain Kirk) of the popular Trek in the Park performance series, will be speaking to Sunday Assembly Portland on April 13, 2014. Sunday Assembly Portland is a secular congregation whose events are patterned after church services but have no religious content.
The charter for Sunday Assembly Portland includes three main principles: Live better. Help often. Wonder more. Each gathering addresses those principles through singing and live music, fellowship, and an inspirational talk by an engaging guest speaker.
WHO: Sunday Assembly Portland, featuring Adam Rosko
WHAT: Free event with guest speaker and live music
WHEN: Sunday, April 13 at 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: Matt Dishman Community Center; 77 NE Knott, Portland, Oregon
Sunday Assembly is a global network of congregations started by two British comedians (Sanderson Jones and Pippa Evans) who envisioned a church-like organization friendly to believers and nonbelievers alike. The Sunday Assembly movement has since spread across the U.K. and Australia, and to many major cities in the United States. Learn more at www.sundayassembly.com.
Sunday Assembly Portland, founded in 2014, offers the communal music and fun of a church gathering, but with the deliberate absence of any religious or supernatural content. Citing a strategy of “radical inclusion”, the group seeks to build community that is friendly to all, including those whose lack of religious belief may cause them to feel alienated in a typical church setting. Visit http://portland.sundayassembly.com to learn more.
For more information: Korin Scott Leman 815.451.6841 email@example.com
Here are some Portland-area community, secular, and philosophical groups that can be found at meetup.com:
-- Westside Science & Religion Disc.: http://tinyurl.com/bkmhdl5
-- Sunday Assembly: http://tinyurl.com/kkc8nyw
-- Center for Inquiry: http://tinyurl.com/mps923r
-- Humanists of Greater Portland: http://tinyurl.com/kmbmt57
-- Atheists Etcetera: http://tinyurl.com/nhjr3ha
-- Philosophy Workshop: http://tinyurl.com/pzs4ajc
-- The Center for Philosophical Naturalism: http://tinyurl.com/l6rd4sl