The theater is packed. When the curtain goes up, we meet Marjorie, an 86-year-old woman in intimate and flirtatious conversation with a doting,
First I want to thank Tracey Kelley, our immediate past president. She has been devoted, accessible and wise in her leadership. She’s been a force for balance and good judgment. Tracey has also tried to make this transition as smooth as possible. I’m very grateful for her support.
Secondly, I thought I’d relate how I first came to the Society. Many years ago I came across the slogan, “Live out of your imagination, not your history.” It coincided with a time in my life when I was on a quest. I was looking for a group of like-minded folks who were also living out of their imaginations, people who believed that congregating was important, but without the dogma. I looked in the local paper and saw The Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County listed under Religious Institutions, and I gave it a try.
My recent thoughts are below, and here is the full list of the President’s columns.
By Janet Glass, president of The Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County Hugh Taft-Morales is currently leader of the Philadelphia Ethical Society
A most unusual conversation took place at the Ethical Culture Society on the evening of December 11, 2015 – a discussion on the awareness of
One day in August, Linda Bennett, our Administrative Director, said, “Janet, I want you to know that I’ll be on vacation in September for