Check out all the ways Assemblers are getting together. This is the place where we get together to share experiences and build our own community.
Host your own event
Host a BBQ, a field trip for kiddos & parents, or a clothing swap. Whatever you enjoy doing, chances are others would like to join you. To submit an event, scroll down to the bottom of this page and click the "Host your own event" button.
Note: Member-sponsored events need not appeal to every member of our community, but they should be fair, honest, and generally in keeping with secular humanist values. Your event will typically be approved for publication within 24 hours. Approval does not imply Sunday Assembly Portland's endorsement of or responsibility for member-sponsored events.
How to help Sunday Assembly each time you go grocery shopping:
Fred Meyer is donating $2.5 million per year to non-profits in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, based on where their customers tell them to give. Here’s how the program works:
Sign up for the Community Rewards program by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Sunday Assembly at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards. You can search for us by our name - Sunday Assembly - or by our non-profit number 80933.
Once you register your Rewards Card and link it to our non-profit number 80933 you will help Sunday Assembly earn a donation each time you shop.
You will still earn your Rewards Points, Fuel Points and Rebates just like always.
If you need a Rewards Card, they are available at the Customer Service desk of any Fred Meyer Store.
If you are having problems linking your card you can contact the Community Rewards help center at 1-866-518-2686.
For more information please visit www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards or email Ann Moses at SATeamVounteer@gmail.com
Go to www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards
Click on Link Your Rewards Card Now
Search for 80933 or Sunday Assembly
Follow the directions
Use your card when you buy groceries and you will be helping Sunday Assembly earn a quarterly contribution from Fred Meyer that will be used to support our mission to “Help Often”.
Volunteer at the Oregon Food Bank then come to the after party at the Oregon Public House!
All ages 6-85 are welcome to volunteer at the food bank - just wear close-toed shoes and dress flexibly to do some vigorous work repacking food. The Oregon Food Bank supplies food banks all over Oregon with food for those who need it.
Afterwards, we have a space reserved to relax and enjoy Halloween at the Oregon Public House at 700 NE Dekum St, Portland, OR 97211. The Oregon Public House is the world's first NON-PROFIT PUB so, when we party, the proceeds will go to support a number of good causes... you can have fun guilt free. Again, all ages are welcome at this venue so if you want to volunteer with your family your are welcome to come to the party afterwards as well.
COSTUMES ARE RECOMMENDED
25 spots available so RSVP ASAP by following the directions below:
To secure a spot, you MUST click on this link: https://ofbvolunteers.civicore.com/index.php?section=newIndvGroup&action=conditional_loggedIn&fwID=25138
Location: Volunteer Action Center
10/29/2016 01:00 PM until 03:30 PM
7900 NE 33rd Dr., Portland OR 97211
Repack and label bulk dry food in a lively, active environment! You'll be repacking foods like rice, pasta, apples or potatoes into family-sized packages, either working at tables or around bins.
To secure a spot, you MUST click on this link: https://ofbvolunteers.civicore.com/index.php?section=newIndvGroup&action=conditional_loggedIn&fwID=25138 .
Join us Sunday, November 13th in lovely Lola's Room with live music from the Sunday Assembly band, inspiring sharing from your community, and a thought-provoking lecture by Leah Maurer, Outreach Manager for Yerba Buena Farms, one of Oregon’s first recreationally licensed cannabis businesses.It's not how you Act, But how you ReactIn 2009 my life was turned upside down due to a drug war casualty in my family. From there, I had to decide whether to wallow in what seemed like a dismal situation or to keep my head up and continue to live my life in a optimistic and meaningful way. Thankfully, I chose the latter, and am still standing on 2 feet to talk about it today. Many times in life, it is not how you act, but how you react, and I am living proof.
Child care: provided in the Wonder Club 10:45am - 12:45pm. Parents, see details here.
Food Drive: Each month, we can "help often" by supporting Team Relief with a food donation. Please bring donations of unexpired, unopened, canned or packaged food items to the donation table before the Assembly begins. Food items will be used to support those in our community who are in need.
About the Speaker:
Leah Maurer is a mom to 3 young boys who lives in Portland, Oregon. She was a founding member of New Approach Oregon, the organization that ushered in Measure 91, effectively legalizing cannabis in Oregon in November of 2014. Leah also founded Oregon Moms for Cannabis Law Reform (formally Moms for YES on Measure 91), is one of the owners of TheWeedBlog.com and is the Branding and Outreach Manager for Yerba Buena Farms, one of Oregon’s first recreationally licensed cannabis businesses. Additionally, she helped launch and co-chairs Portland's Women Grow chapter. At the core, though, Leah is a cannabis legalization activist and hopes to see the prohibition of cannabis end on a federal level, and to see the cannabis conversation normalized across America.
Everyone is welcome, and our events are always free, always awesome.