We are very sorry to say that this assembly will be online only. We had hoped to return to IRL this month, but COVID has struck and some key organisers are isolating. Sorry!
The theme this month is Brain Health, and we are very excited to welcome Dr Catherine Pennington as our guest speaker. Catherine is an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer with the University of Edinburgh, and a Consultant Neurologist with NHS Forth Valley & NHS Lothian. She specialises in the diagnosis of cognitive disorders, with a particular interest in the promotion of brain health, and also works with the Brain Health charity in Scotland. Catherine wants to cure dementia, or at least slow it down!
There will be our usual selection of songs to sing together, poems to enjoy, time to reflect and an opportunity to chat with fellow assemblers. Come and join with Edinburgh’s ‘secular congregation’ as we celebrate life together and strive to Live Better, Help Often and Wonder More in a non-religious and inclusive fashion. 11.30am start, the assembly takes about an hour.
The event will be online. If you are registered already you don’t need to do anything, a reminder will be sent out. If you wish to register for this and future livestreams (and also our mini-assemblies on the third Sunday of the month, which will continue online). then you can do so here.