For our penultimate gathering of 2017, we are being joined by ritual designer, Tiu De Haan. She is going to give us a rough guide to ritual making and how to make the most of your moments, big and small, that made up your 2017.

As well as learning the basic art of ritual design, she will give us the tools and techniques to create our very own rituals for completion and celebration, letting go of what has happened and welcoming in what is to come.

She is going to guide us through creating our own ritual for letting go of this year and looking into the new!

She says:

"Our lives are made up of moments, meaningful or mundane – but moment after moment make up our days. The thing is, often as not, they pass by in a blur, as we race through our days, weeks and months, hurrying through our to do list, barely pausing for long enough to catch our breath and notice our journey as we fly on by our lives."

So come and learn how to make the most of our 2017 moment with a homemade ritual you can carry out when you’ve got the time and space to reflect, release and reboot for the new year ahead!


Tiu De Haan creates moments of meaning and magic, designing experiences that connect us to our creativity, to each other, to ourselves and to the possibility of wonder.

She is an Oxford educated ritual designer, creative facilitator, voiceover artist and singer, working with people of all values and beliefs to help them to celebrate the transitions of love, life and death. As a creative facilitator, she reminds individuals and organisations how to play, get creative and shift their perspective so that they see the world afresh, as well as working with organisations to bring ritual design into culture change.

As well as this awe inspiring, wonder more talk, we'll be doing our usual: mass singalongs to some of our favourite power ballads, an awesome spoken word artist, hearing a story from a member of our community and drinking a vat of tea afterwards! 

We're excited to see you there!

Sunday Assembly London is free to attend and runs entirely on donations. Please support us if you can to keep it free for those who can't.



December 03, 2017 at 11am–12:15pm at Conway Hall

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