THE NEW YORK SOCIETY FOR ETHICAL CULTURE is a Humanist community dedicated to ethical relationships, social justice, and environmental stewardship since 1876. We celebrate life’s joys, support each other through life’s challenges, and work together to build a more just world.

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Youth & Family January 12, 2021

Singing An Important Story: The Montgomery Bus Boycott

A Story-Song about the Montgomery Bus Boycott ~~~created by Audrey Kindred Reflections from readers are…
Announcements January 11, 2021

Sunday: “An Old White Woman Talks About Racism” with Leader Emerita Anne Klaeysen

Join our Sunday Platform on January 17 at 11am for Leader Emerita Dr. Anne Klaeysen:…
Announcements January 11, 2021

Thursday Ethics and the Theater: “SEVEN: A Documentary Play”

Join us on Thursday, January 14 at 7pm or our monthly staged reading and discussion,…
Sunday Platform January 10, 2021

Joe Chuman: The Only Way From Here is Up

Given the unprecedented events of the past week, I have decided to change the topic…
Announcements January 7, 2021
AEU Statement on Capitol Attack: Protect Our Democracy Now and Remove Trump
Youth & Family January 3, 2021
Justice January! Young Ethical Explorers GROW JUSTICE!
Sunday Platform January 3, 2021
Alice Smith: Discrimination Dressed as Protecting Civil Rights
Youth & Family December 27, 2020
Prep for the New Year through a Kwanzaa Process

VISIT our landmark meeting house for inspiring Sunday gatherings, enriching workshops, youth and family activities, Ethical Action service projects, and world-class entertainment. Then, learn more about joining our community.

Young Ethical Explorers: Write For Rights Campaign Letter Writing (Online)

Guest leader, Deepali Srivastava of Writefully Ours leads us as we will write letters to demand governments stop injustices that have intensified under COVID. For more info, please visit write.amnestyusa.org/instructions....

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Sunday Platform – Anne Klaeysen: An Old White Woman Talks About Racism (Online)

I grew up in a village on the Erie Canal east of Rochester. Everyone was white. The first Black person I met was Terry, who joined my third-grade class when...

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Caring Committee Living Room (Online)

Stop by the Caring Committee’s staffed “living room” on Zoom. It’s an open space people can pop into whenever they need to chat. Click here to join us!| ID 820...

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