Sunday Assembly is fortunate to have a growing kids program. We have so many wonderful families that join us on the 4th Sunday of each month and we are excited to see that grow in the upcoming year. If you are new to Sunday Assembly, welcome! We hope you and your family will feel right at home. 

Our Mission: To enhance the lives of children and their families through science education and exploration of ethics and morality. 



  • How much does it cost for childcare? 

Here at Sunday Assembly we are fortunate enough to have the support of monthly sustaining donors that make our program free of charge.

  • Is there an age minimum or maximum? 

We take kids as young as 1 and a half years old and we don't have a maximum age. In the future, we hope to offer a variety of programs aimed at younger children and teens. 

  • What time should we arrive for childcare? 

We ask that parents arrive early, right around 10:40. This gives kids a chance to get acquainted with their surroundings. 

  • Where will my children be while I am in assembly? 

The Woman's Club has a outdoor patio area that we use for our kids. It is located directly outside the main hall. 

  • What if I don't want to put my children in the kids program? Can I still attend? 

Of course! We are a family oriented assembly and we love to have assemblers of all ages. Our program is just one option for parents. We only ask that if kids start crying that you enjoy some coloring or drawing out on the patio with the rest of our kids. 

We also have a small Nursing area with comfy chairs on the main hall. You are welcome to sit there the entire time or go to that area for part of the Assembly.

  •  I'm new to the area how can me and my family connect with the secular community? 

This is a great question and we are very lucky to have a thriving secular community here. Besides our assembly each month we also host a variety of SMOUPS (Small groups) and service projects that are perfect opportunities to connect with other assemblers and families. 


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