Sunday Assembly Atlanta Presents: Living Your Intention

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This December we’ll be exploring how to use Life Lists to fully realize our intentions in life. We’ll be hearing from Marti Keller, a UU minister and poet. Also, we'll have Spectrum, the Atlanta trans community choir here to lead the singing!

Come early for a Live Better discussion group on how Improv can teach life skills and stay after for our potluck. We'll eat, drink and be merry!

We’ll also be gathering gently used cold weather clothing to put on the mitten tree. This includes coats, gloves, scarfs, wool socks, winter boots, and so on. All items will be donated to the Lost-n-Found thrift store where homeless LGBT are able to get clothing and the rest is sold to provide housing and support. If you don’t have any spare warm weather gear, we’ll also be taking monetary donations at the tree to give to Lost-n-Found directly.

LGBT youth homelessness is growing in Atlanta. The reason? “Backlash,” according to Rick Westbrook. As transgender people are becoming more visible, trans youth are coming out finding themselves homeless as their families reject them. "We went from seeing 75 kids a month in our drop-in center to 300 a month,” Westbrook said. “Our phone rings off the hook.”

4:30pm - Live Better
6:00pm - Assembly
7:30pm - Potluck
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 helps us to connect with each other and the awesome world we live in.
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