Did go to one last year. Very interesting, entertaining and seems to fill the gap that atheists, agnostic and skeptics have by missing out on church community. I think it could be quite successful because of that "gap" in the market.
I didn't go back because I realised that I'm a quiet atheist who isn't into "sharing" in that way, but there were lots of really nice people there.
I also wonder how well it will deal with grief and charity - not sure it has the capacity that churches do for either of those things. It struck me as a happy place for happy people, not a place for troubled people to find refuge and respite.
I really liked most of it, but some of it was meh. The bits I did like made it quite brilliant though. I liked the singing and one of the speakers was amazing.
All this plus I could drink coffee, DS was kept amused while I listened to really interesting people (a luxury) and
There was . Lots of lovely different kinds of cake. 'twas amazing I tell you.
Anyway, on top of that I got talking to those who had attended before. All of them commented on how different this one was to the last. I will be going again because I really like what they are doing and enjoyed myself. I am looking forward to seeing how the next one is different again.