I wanted to let everyone know that we’ll hold the August 28th service, and then Sunday Assembly Madison is suspending activities starting in September 2016 (though the Trivia Team will continue to meet every other Wednesday, as they are unstoppable). The board would like everyone to know it’s been a wonderful two years working with […]
Links to available audio recordings of our Sunday service speakers through 2015 are posted at http://madisonwi.us/SA/.
The Light The Night Walk is The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) annual fundraising walk and the nation’s way to pay tribute to those battling blood cancer. Participants walk along a two-to-three mile route carrying illuminated lanterns: red for supporters, white for survivors and gold lanterns for those walking in memory of loved ones lost. Please join […]
The website has proved difficult to keep up to date, so we’ve moved our calendar of events to http://www.meetup.com/Sunday-Assembly-Madison/. Go there to see what’s happening, RSVP to events, and find out what others are up to!
At our May service Sharon Yildiz will discuss and demonstrate (with the help of her dog Dash, a 9 lb. Papillon) effective dog (and people) training techniques. Join us on Sunday the 24th at 3 pm at 2146 E. Johnson St.
At our next Sunday Assembly service on Sunday, April 26 from 3:00 to 4:30 pm, Freedom From Religion Foundation Co-President Dan Barker will talk to us about his new book, “Life Driven Purpose: How An Atheist Finds Meaning,” at James Reeb UU, 2146 E Johnson St. in Madison. Copies of his book will be available […]
Altruism in Human Evolution In partnership with the AHA Student Organization, our March service will be the Sunday event for this year’s Freethought Festival. Professor of Psychology Kristin Shutts will discuss the formation of prejudices in children, we’ll have readings, music, and much more. Brunch and discussion to follow at Union South.
SUPPORT GROUP How to Relate to Religious Folks Talk with others struggling with non-shared beliefs. This session’s topic will be on how preconceptions, fear, anger, and prejudice can cloud the situation when thinking about and interacting with religious friends, colleagues and relatives. Sub-topic, if there is time, are debates about religion with religious people a good idea? For […]
Esteemed guest speaker Matt Rothschild, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign and Senior Editor at The Progressive magazine, will discuss the current state of political financing in the U.S. The service will also include fun music and cheeky reading, followed by a social hour. Service is a 3:00 pm at James Reeb Unitarian (no […]
-Being an Atheist in Social Settings- Talk with others struggling with non-shared beliefs. This session’s topic will be about navigating tricky social settings, ie: weddings, baptisms, funerals. For more info on what to expect check out our Support Group page. Meeting at the Madison Central Library, Study Room 209. Check out the events page for directions and other […]