The Ethical Culture Society is committed to the ideal of lifelong education. We aim to talk, play and learn from each other.
We provide a wide variety of programs that address all manner of subjects related directly or indirectly to the practice of ethical behavior. It fosters practical approaches to affirming life, increasing knowledge, and improving the quality of human relationships.
To register, or for more information, call 201-836-5187, email email@example.com
Religion, Rights and Violence:
Joseph Chuman, PhD, professor of Human Rights at Columbia University, and leader of the Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County, presents this class. April 25, May 9, May 23, May 30 and June 13, 7:30- 9 pm.
Memorial Society of Northeast New Jersey
Welcome David Lewis from this non-profit, non sectarian volunteer organization whose mission is to help people become better educated funeral consumers. Learn about preplanning a funeral and dramatically reducing costs. Sunday, January 29, 12:30 pm.
An opportunity for people with at least a basic knowledge of Spanish to immerse themselves in Spanish language and culture; it meets on the last Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm. Facilitator Nieves Garcia Pimienta, born in Cuba and raised in Puerto Rico, and member of the Ethical Culture Society, has been in constant engagement with the Hispanic population in New Jersey.
Stories are at the core of human interaction . It’s in a story that we reveal ourselves; we give a gift, and have it received; and discover what makes us unique and alike. “Do Tell!” is a place for stories of all kinds.
In preparation for the evenings are workshops for people to develop personal stories- 15 minutes or so- about real events that shaped their lives in meaningful ways, led by Bob Gordon, based on his MOTH development training. Bring an idea for your story and prepare it for possible presentation at an upcoming Do Tell! Story Night.
Enjoy local theater performances. Sign up to receive a regular email announcement of a local production, and then join with other for an afternoon or evening performance, and perhaps lunch or dinner as well. Facilitators Karen Buzzard and Linda Bennett are members of the Ethical Culture Society who enjoy local theater performances.
Men’s Monthly Luncheon Group: Luncheon and conversation on the last Friday of the month at noon.
Women’s Monthly Luncheon Group: “Invites members who would enjoy the sociability of time together” for lunch on the last Friday of the month at moderately priced restaurants.
Men’s Dinner Group: Dinner and conversation, meets monthly.
Women’s Dinner Group: Dinner and conversation, meets monthly.
Join us: Unless otherwise noted, programs are open to the public, and meet on weeknights at our meeting house, or after our Sunday Platform. Refreshments are served. There is often a modest suggested donation.