"I came to a clear conclusion, and it is a universal one: To live, to struggle, to be in love with life, in love with all life holds, joyful or sorrowful, is fulfillment. The fullness of life is open to all of us."
Betty Smith, author

With Valentines Day coming round, we thought we'd look at love more broadly. As we build this community, here at Sunday Assembly East End, we’re reminded just how powerful this universal and collective love, this One Love, is.

Our next assembly on 12th February will explore the many different
kinds of platonic love, to remind you that you don’t need to count
your Valentines Day cards, or lack-there-of, to feel and express love. Our speaker will be Victoria Johnson, co founder of the amazing 'Museum of Happiness' and a former youth mentor, who’ll be discussing the importance of this wider concept of love to our happiness and wellbeing.

Plus we’ll have a golden selection of lovely singalong classics
provided by our East End house band, a 'This Much I Know' segment from an East End community member, and a guided moment of reflection, ending with tea, coffee, cakes and biscuits. You can’t say fairer than that.

February 12, 2017 at 10:45am–12:45pm at Spotlight

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Alice Smith David Salcedo Paul Powlesland Claire Pearson Mark Perera Elaine Bagshaw Joe Beswick Eolan Healy Lorna Tallowin Bonnie O'Hara Chris Ballard Linster Sangster Annie Jarvis Tania Pacheco Ed Whiting Conor Christopher Victoria Johnson James Baker Cara Flowers Richard M.Preston Guillaume Jaskuła Daisy Anandii Ewan Summersbey Natalie Pease Marie Mcleod Sam Hopkins Shirin Cooper Anne-laure Carruth Leyla Qalbi Hussein Lisa Forbes Aaron Fuller Kate Keara Pelen Sampisces Pervaiz An Ar Andy Focallocal Andrew Chambi Sam Weatherald Sam Weatherald June Mitchell Thea Knight Claire Pearson Kate Keara Pelen tim lawler Richard crudgie Abiud Araujo james light steven f