The Sunday Assembly Atlanta Library
From the generous donation of Sunday Assembly Atlanta members, our community now has a small collection of books for sharing! Especially prominent in our collection are selections by and about the secular community.
The checkout process is online. Simply peruse the list and fill out the form with what you’d like to check out. We’ll meet you at an upcoming event to get your selections to you.
If you’d like to donate books, we’ll happily receive them. Use the same form for checking out a book to do so. Thank you!
If you read or have read any books in our collection, we invite you to write a review to get other people interested and build a little reading community.
“In an age where information and misinformation are spread much more quickly across much farther distances and where media outlets are competing for the shrinking attention of more selective audiences, this book is a welcomed resource for anyone who calls himself a skeptic with an appreciation for sound logic, disciplined investigation, and practical methods that can be universally applied by anyone in the quest for truth.” – Brandon Clivens
The Invisible Orientation: An Introduction to Asexuality
“The Invisible Orientation not only sheds light on one of the most misunderstood forms of human sexuality–it provides a language and vocabulary to describe the diverse spectrum of human relationships.” – Esther
Myq Kaplan (Stand-Up)
“If you listen to a few jokes by Myq Kaplan, you’ll probably conclude that he’s super smart, not quite right, or both. He’s very funny, vegan, polyamorous, and once described himself as “atheistic”, so if none of those characteristics sells you, then maybe don’t listen to his stuff. Won’t hurt my feelings. Well, maybe a little.” – Andy D
The Righteous Mind
March (Graphic Novel)
“March is a series I consider essential to understanding everything about the civil rights movement, from the big moments we all recognize to the smaller moments of conflict and strategy. It is a powerful and exciting read.” – Ross
Holly-West Crisis (Music)
“Listening to this album, you can tell this 80s LA punk band kicked ass. Their bassist was Bob Glassley, a member of our community until he died in 2017. I’m happy to donate this music so it can be shared among us.” – Ross