There are Sunday Assemblies all over the world. Check here to see if there’s one in your area.

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There will be more Assemblies coming soon. If you want one in your area, then please express your interest.

 

AFRICA

Western Cape, ZA

NORTH AMERICA

Halifax, CA

Ottawa, CA

Toronto, CA

Vancouver, CA

Baltimore, Maryland

Bellingham, Washington

Bloomington, Indiana

Burlington, Vermont

Charlotte, North Carolina

Cincinatti, Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio

Columbus, Ohio

Denver/Boulder, Colorado

Louisville, Kentucky

Madison, Wisconsin

Memphis, Tennessee

Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota

Portland, Maine

Rochester, New York

Salt Lake City, Utah

Seattle, Washington

Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Washington, D.C.

SOUTH AMERICA

São Paulo, BR

ASIA

Hong Kong, SAR

Singapore

EUROPE

Brussels, BE

Amsterdam, NL

Apeldoorn, NL

Rotterdam, NL

Utrecht, NL

Paris, FR

Berlin, DE

Hamburg, DE

Grimsby, UK

Lancaster, UK

Reading, UK

AUSTRALASIA

Gosford, AU

Newcastle, AU

Toowoomba, AU

Christchurch, NZ

 

There will be more Assemblies coming soon. If you want one in your area, then please express your interest.

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