Rooper Hall, 5 Victoria Park Road, Bournemouth BH9 2RB
Shelley accompanies her “mercurial voice” on acoustic guitar and her songs contain an eclectic mix of “brilliant pop melodies”, intimate story-telling and biographical lyrics. She has been performing original music internationally for the last twelve years, and recorded her first EP in 2009. In 2012 she released her forthright, ‘An Atheist Album’, a folk-pop protest record that embodies her thoughts on religion and highlighted her versatility as a singer and song writer. The album rapidly gained her a following among the international atheist movement.
The theme for this month’s Sunday Assembly is "Helping each other grow", and as always they will have a guest speaker, and a selection of awesome songs to sing along with. They will also be collecting food for a local food bank, so if you are able to spare any dried or tinned food, it will be much appreciated.
Sunday Assembly’s motto is “Live Better - Help Often - Wonder More”. Their aim is to have “all the best bits of church without the religion”, but they qualify this to include everyone, whatever their beliefs may be, by stating “we don’t do religion, but we don’t mind if you”.
We understand that the local groups’ first Sunday Assembly on 28th September was both well attended and well received, and we wish them every success in the future.
Here’s a direct link to this event on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1474003892865468
(updated) Sunday Assembly have recently set up a website at http://bournemouth.sundayassembly.com/
If you don’t use facebook, you can register your interest with a free ticket from eventbrite at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sunday-assembly-bournemouth-helping-each-other-grow-tickets-13899669285
(edit:updated on 25th October 2014 with Sunday Assembly website details)