Sunday Assembly Atlanta Presents: Apocalypse

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Sunday Assembly Atlanta Presents: Apocalypse
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Sunday Assembly Atlanta Presents: Apocalypse says
"It's the end of the world as we know it..."

What do the end times look like to people in the freethought community? Let's ask scientists! Scientist say that 2015 has signaled one of the most catastrophic years in natural disasters, and we are looking at the point of no return for our environment.

At Sunday Assembly, we talk a lot about how to help often and what we can do to make the world a better place. How can we help our planetary home? What responsibilities do we have to future generations? What does the future realistically look like as we face the reality of the consequences of climate change? We have invited Dr. Kim Cobb, climate change expert from Georgia Tech's School of Atmospheric Sciences, to answer all of our questions regarding what the future has in store and what role we have to play in sustaining our world.

We will also share some poetry, personal stories, music, conversation, and food!

We will be meeting at the First Existentialist Congregation in Candler Park. Our venue is wheelchair accessible. The assembly starts at 6 pm and lasts 60-90 minutes. It is followed by a potluck. Please bring food to share!

Childcare and kids activities will be provided downstairs in a dedicated play area by an first-aid certified adult with child care experience.

The Sunday Assembly is a life-celebrating congregation without deity, dogma, or doctrine. Our motto: Live Better, Help Often, Wonder More. Our mission: to help everyone find and fulfill their full potential. We are here for everyone who wants to:

Live Better. We aim to provide inspiring, thought-provoking and practical ideas that help people to live the lives they want to lead and be the people they want to be.

Help Often. Assemblies are communities of action building lives of purpose, encouraging us all to help anyone who needs it to support each other.

Wonder More. Hearing talks, singing as one, listening to readings and even playing games
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