Sunday Assembly Reading - Equality
Event time 10.45am - 12.30am
Event cost Free
Sunday
21
January

We all, at the very least, want to be treated equally. To have equal access to opportunity, to have our worked valued on its merit and not on someone else's preconceptions of us, to be able to express our thoughts and affections as freely as others, to know that we will not be regarded as lesser than others purely because of the constructs of society.

To Live Better is only fully achievable if the freedoms of Equality are given to all.

We've managed to get Andrew Copson, CEO of Humanists UK, and we're very excited about that. You will have heard Andrew on TV and Radio countless times, talking on humans rights and equality. A great speaker and a lovely person.

This month we will be singing along with our in-house band: A Little Respect by Erasure, Girls And Boys by Blur, Blackbird by The Beatles, and Make Me Smile by Steve Harley.

Sunday Assembly Reading is free to attend and runs entirely on donations.

The Sunday Assembly is a secular congregation that celebrates life, meeting once a month at The Reading Irish Centre. Members of Sunday Assembly believe in Living Better, Helping Often and Wondering More, for no other reason than to make the most of the one life we know we have.
The Sunday Assembly welcomes all - of all ages and of all backgrounds.

The January Assembly is at The Reading and District Irish Centre, Chatham Street on 21st. Doors open at 10:30 am with the Assembly starting at 11. The best way to meet new people is to come early.

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 Weldal Street to Chatham Street, and then the Irish Centre will be on your right. 

Contact: info@sundayassemblyreading.uk

Website: http://www.sundayassemblyreading.uk/next-assembly

Venue: The Reading Irish Centre, Chatham Street, Reading RG1 7HT

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