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    Sunday Assembly Offers 'Church' for Atheistsi
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    February 20, 2014 12:30 AM
    Growing numbers of Americans have no religious affiliation. Some call themselves skeptics or atheists, and others say they are spiritual, not religious. Now, some are getting involved in a movement called the Sunday Assembly, a sort of 'church' for non-believers. Mike O'Sullivan has more from Los Angeles

    Sunday Assembly Offers 'Church' for Atheists

    Published February 19, 2014

    Growing numbers of Americans have no religious affiliation. Some call themselves skeptics or atheists, and others say they are spiritual, not religious. Now, some are getting involved in a movement called the Sunday Assembly, a sort of 'church' for non-believers. Mike O'Sullivan has more from Los Angeles


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