Atheist Communities and Overcoming Grief

Overcoming Grief in Atheist Communities

You may be an atheist, but you’re not alone.  YouTubers “Holy Koolaid” and “Godless Cranium” discuss how to find local atheist, skeptic, and humanist communities near you, including Sunday Assembly.  The pair also have an interesting discussion on secularists overcoming grief.

Speaker Profile: Rasheda Kamaria Williams

On December 10, 2017, Sunday Assembly Detroit will have the honor of hosting Rasheda Kamaria Williams at our monthly assembly.  Come out and see Rasheda in person for her engaging and empowering talk titled, “Mentoring Makes a Difference.” 

Rasheda Kamaria Williams

Rasheda Kamaria Williams

An award-winning mentor, communications consultant and author of Be EmPOWERed: How to Live Above & Beyond Life’s Drama, Rasheda is the founder and Chief Empowering Officer for Empowered Flower Girl and a staunch youth advocate.

She holds a B.A. in journalism from Wayne State University’s Journalism Institute for Media Diversity and has extensive training in youth development, community relations, and interpersonal communication. For more than a decade, Rasheda has been committed to making a difference in the lives of women and children. Since 2001, she has personally mentored numerous girls and young women.

Her passion and advocacy for community and social change have earned her numerous accolades, including Kumon North America’s “Impact Award” and Super Woman Productions & Publishing’s “Make It Happen Award.” She also was named among Everyday Power’s “29 Inspirational Female Entrepreneurs Who Are Positively Impacting The World.”

A survivor of bullying, Rasheda was featured in Cosmopolitan magazine in the article “Being bullied changed my life.” Her journey from excluded to empowered motivated her to launch Empowered Flower Girl in 2010.

Learn more about Rasheda’s work at http://www.rashedakamaria.com

Sunday Assembly Detroit “Mentoring Makes a Difference”

Mentoring Makes a Difference

One in three young people will grow up without a mentor. This means that millions of children across the country are in need if positive role models. Learn how individuals and organizations are having an impact and how you too can make a difference. Come and meet our featured guest speaker, Rasheda Kamaria Williams, an award-winning mentor, communications consultant, TEDx speaker and author of Be EmPOWERed: How to Live Above & Beyond Life’s Drama. She is the founder and chief empowering officer for Empowered Flower Girl and a staunch youth advocate.

A survivor of bullying, Rasheda was featured in Cosmopolitan magazine in the article “Being bullied changed my life.” Her journey from excluded to empowered motivated her to launch Empowered Flower Girl in 2010.

Our December Program:

• Kickoff Music
• Welcome
• Gathering Song
• Kid’s Story
• Reading
• Reflection Song
• Life Happens
• Featured Speaker, Rasheda Kamaria
• Question Time
• Announcements
• Closing Song

Refreshments / Meet Your Neighbors

There will be coffee, tea and doughnuts before and after the assembly.

Families with children are welcome!

 

FREE – Donations are welcome and appreciated

We are a 501(c)3 organization and your contributions are tax deductible. Receipts are provided upon request.
All assemblies are held at The Birmingham Temple Congregation of Humanistic Judaism, 28611 Twelve Mile Rd
Farmington Hills, MI 48334, on the second Sunday of each month.