The Central Bergen GreenFaith Circle, of which our Society is a coalition partner, sent this letter to Gov. Phil Murphy asking him to ban drilling for oil off the coast […]
I wished I had discovered Ethical sooner, and now I have the privilege to be in a position to give back. The TV version of Star Trek from the late sixties is decades old, but some of the ideas it embraced have taken
ft, a young, new Ethical Culture leader-in-training in St. Louis and a self-described fellow nerd, has a Facebook page that has attracted my attention. After attending the World Humanist Congress in Chicago this August, he posted this on his page: “We will change the world. We fractious, skeptical, argumentative, individualistic band of freethinkers will usher in a more reasonable and compassionate society. We will banish superstition and prejudice and put knowledge and justice in their place. I have no doubt now.” His words landed a flutter of butterflies in my stomach.
root in new places. One of those places is in social media. James Cro
By Janet Glass GreenFaith’s Central Bergen Circle, a coalition partner with the Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County, together with seven other congregations in Bergen County, honored two organizations with […]
Eat well and do good at the same time. We invite you to join a Syria Supper Club to support families of Syrian refugees recently settled in New Jersey. The […]
Star Trek, my Utopian vision of the future Ms Boe Meyerson was speaking that Sunday. Her talk was about how the original Star Trek TV series provided the viewer with […]