Pathways to Ethical Culture: ‘Living Ethical Culture: Meaning, Growth and Authenticity’ (Online)
April 4 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
This month: How Ethical Culture offers a life of meaning, growth, and authenticity!
Ethical Culture is the only “religion of humanity” founded in the 19th Century that lives on into the 21st Century. How can a religion of ethics (and not of theology) help us navigate the world of today with its challenges, dilemmas and contradictions?
Notice: This month’s session is rescheduled for the first Tuesday of the month.
About Pathways to Ethical Culture
Ethical Culture is a humanist community that esteems ethics as its core precept, human worth and dignity as its central value, and community, sustainability and freedom as its principal goals. Where did Ethical Culture come from? What does it say to us today regarding the human condition? What is its unique contribution for our lives and our future?
Join us for this monthly program to discover Ethical Culture including its philosophy, its history, and its meaning for personal growth and fulfillment.
Pathways is facilitated by the Society’s Leaders, Dr. Joseph Chuman and Dr. Richard Koral, and meets for one hour on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom.
Click to join at start | Zoom ID 851 4221 3099 | Passcode 895922
To join by phone (audio only), dial (929) 205-6099 and enter the Zoom ID above.