Ever heard of 'The Sunday Assembly?' This is a new and growing worldwide movement of people who meet together on a Sunday to 'celebrate life together, hear inspiring speakers who help them do life, sing songs,’ they also meet in the week to do social action in their communities. It started in 2013 in Islington and 200 people turned up at the first meeting. Now there are over 70 assemblies in 8 countries across the world. They say, 'Why do we exist? Life is short, it is brilliant, it is sometimes tough, we build communities that help everyone live life as fully as possible.' Sounds like revival doesn't it? Except, this is their tag line, 'A secular congregation that celebrates life' They are not anti God or church but simply want to celebrate life without the constructs of religion or any mention of God. It is church for the atheist! In one sense, I say good on them, and any group that want to celebrate life and do good, are after all, doing what Jesus told us to do. But, they miss out on the power, love and companionship of our Lord and Saviour that inspires us and helps us every moment of every day. Nevertheless, it presents a challenge doesn't it? Do we look any different to the Sunday Assembly? How would anyone know Jesus is at the centre of our fellowship?