FALLING AWAY: Tennessee ‘Atheist Church’ Grows to 2 Services in 3 Months

The Sunday Assembly event in Los Angeles on Nov. 10, 2013.
A “godless congregation” in Nashville, Tenn., has expanded to two services to accommodate growth in just three months. To celebrate the progress, services this weekend will be led by the co-founder of the London-based Sunday Assembly, Sanderson Jones, and an agnostic documentary filmmaker, Morgan Spurlock.  “It’s been three months, and they are now already going to two services a day… because the last one was… full, overcrowded,” Jones tells The Tennessean. The congregation, known as an “atheist church,” also provides child care. Volunteers from the Nashville branch feed homeless population, according to their Facebook Page. Jones, a stand-up comedian, founded the U.K.’s Sunday Assembly along with his colleague Pippa Evans about a year ago. The group launched the East Nashville branch last November. Branches were also started in San Diego, New York and other U.S. cities. Jones says God or religion is not mentioned when they meet once a month to “celebrate life.” Spurlock, from CNN’s “Inside Man” series, is scheduled to lead the services Sunday, the church’s website announces. “Each Assembly is about an hour of great sing-along songs, an address by someone also trying to figure out this world like you and me, some poetry and other ways to celebrate this one life together that we know we have,” the website says. More


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8 Responses to FALLING AWAY: Tennessee ‘Atheist Church’ Grows to 2 Services in 3 Months

  1. LuLU says:

    They “are” falling away in the worst way..Praying for them all even though would probably tell me not too.smh

  2. servant2013 says:

    A God-less Assembly?
    So whom do they worship SELF?
    These people, sadly are as those on the wet side of the Ark, or this still in the cities and towns of Sodom!
    One thing is sure…… Satan is very happy!

  3. Joe Friday says:

    You know the Jesus story was made up. It’s a good story, but it has serious flaws. You are a good person and the church has developed a problem called sin to make you feel bad. The church is selling the cure to the sin that they invented. You are praying to nothing. You are donating your family’s money in the forms of tithes and offerings, not to God but to your Church’s continuance and your pastor’s lifestyle. He is selling you an invisible product. People will then watch TV shows, buy DVDs, and buy books on how this invisible product works. It is better to use the money for your family’s lifestyle.

  4. Zach says:

    Just saying, “god” should not be capitalized in this article…

  5. Randy says:

    It is not a church. The church is God’s people. It might be an assembly but not a church.

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  7. Paul says:

    ‘And as it was in the days of Noah, so it will be also in the days of the Son of Man…Likewise as it was also in the days of Lot… Even so will it be in the day when the Son of Man is revealed.’ (Luke 17:26-30)
    On the same day Noah entered the Ark, the rain came! (Luke 17:26-30, Mat. 24:37-39) On the same day Lot left Sodom, the fire came! On the same 24 hour day the Son of Man is revealed, the wrath of God will be unleashed to lay the land desolate. (Mat 24:30-39)

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