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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.

  • Sunday, May 08, 2016 at 11:00 AM · 30 rsvps
    Lola's Room (second floor of Crystal Ballroom)

    Sunday Assembly: Mother's Day Extravaganza!

    Join us Sunday, May 8th in lovely Lola's Room with live music from the Sunday Assembly band, inspiring sharing from your community, and a thought-provoking lecture by Vanessa Smith, creator of Mamas Helping Mamas!

    Mamas Helping Mamas:

    Service, Gratitude, and Bringing the Village to Life!

    Service, support, connection and gratitude are at the heart of what brings a community to life. Be inspired by how moms all over Portland are intentionally helping each other.

    After the Assembly, mosey on downstairs to Ringlers for lunch and have a beer for Sunday Assembly Portland! 100% of all food and beverage sales go directly towards covering our costs.

    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. 

    Sunday Assembly Portland is Free and Everyone is welcome!

    About the Speaker:
    In 2014, Vanessa Smith created a community called Mamas Helping Mamas, based on free service and gratitude, mom to mom. Now with 2700 members in the Portland area, MHM has strengthened our community and created a new kind of connection among families through service to each other. Part of the beauty is that it's not needs based. Focusing on serving each other, regardless of why someone may want or need it, transcends typical divisions of class, culture, politics, or religion. It's just help! We all feel better for having helped others and we all could use a helping hand. Through this work, her goal is to bring the village to life. Every day in Mamas Helping Mamas, we see that happen.

    On-street parking is free on Sunday until 1 pm. Pre-pay available at most parking locations.






  • Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:00 PM through May 22, 2016
    Utrecht, Holland

    2016 International Conference Called Wonder

    Join the Sunday Assembly’s annual conference from May 19th–May 22nd 2016 which is entirely dedicated to celebrating life, building secular communities and having a lot of fun.

    Utrecht will rock with inspirational speakers, deep thinkers and great doers providing you with tools to improve your life, grow your community and change the world.

    A get together for Sunday Assembly organizers, Sunday Assembly participants, community builders and anyone who wants to make a difference in this one life we know we have.

    Tickets are limited! Buy HERE.

  • Saturday, May 21, 2016 at 09:00 AM

    Volunteer at the Oregon Food Bank: BEAVERTON

    We have 10 spots reserved! Please follow the link below to secure yourself a spot for this event.

    Click below to sign up as a part of my group: Here’s the shift info:

    Date: 05/21/2016

    Time: 09:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    Shift Name: Perishable Repack Room

    Address: 1870 NW 173rd Ave. Beaverton, OR 97006

    Shift Description: Repack donations of frozen veggies and other frozen food into family-sized portions. Volunteers work in a room kept at 50 degrees and to keep your hands warm and cozy, we provide liners for your food-safe gloves.

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