Our October assembly is led by Sarah Haywood, who will be speaking on the topic of ‘Transitions’. Sarah writes:
“In October’s Assembly we’ll be focussing on transitions: the changing of the seasons, life changes, all the small and not-so-small shifts that make up our everyday existence. But what exactly is a transition anyway, and why do they often leave us feeling so disoriented? Join us on Zoom for some change-based chat and time for discussion, with poetry and songs to grease our collective creative wheels!”
Sarah works as an art therapist and supervisor at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, and is also a regular Sunday Assembler. We are thrilled that she will be our guest speaker at this session. As she says, there will also be songs and poems to enjoy, time to reflect and the chance of a chat with fellow Assemblers. Come on join in with Edinburgh’s secular congregation as we strive to help each other Live Better, Help Often and Wonder More.
This assembly will be held on Zoom. We are in discussion with Lifecare, our regular venue, about when to return in person. We want to be able to sing together, which is currently being officially discouraged under ScotGov policy. We may be back in December? Watch this space.
If you are not already registered (and most of you are) you can do so via https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUuc-Cgrj8rHNM24RG9ookmE_3XiSAzPRGr. There were problems at our last mini-assembly with registration, these have now been rectified. Looking forward to seeing you!