What positive changes have you made in your life or your family’s routine since the beginning of the pandemic and how do you plan to build on those changes? Share your quarantine experiences during this special Ethical Education platform. Suggestions for online programs/activities for our Sunday School going forward will also be welcome. Sunday School […]
As young-adult members of our Ethical Culture Society teach children in the same tradition in which they grew up, how has their childhood experience in our Sunday School been influential? Read More
At a recent screening of ‘Batkid Begins,’ our Sunday School students were impressed that someone their age was able to help Batman thwart villains and that Miles Scott, 5, had the courage to want to make the world better while he was fighting leukemia.Read More
To mark the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, our Sunday School created caring boxes for members who are no longer able to join us because of illness or distance from the meetinghouse.Read More
Our Sunday School students gathered to play a learning game that was focused on everyone working together. The week before, they had focused on a game with one winner. They discussed the differences between the games–a fun way to learn about fairness and cooperation!Read More
The students and staff of the Ethical Culture Sunday School hosted their annual Oxfam Hunger Banquet on Sunday, Nov. 24. Each participant played the role of a person from the high, middle, or low income strata of society to help understand the disparity of food access. The Sunday School also raised funds for Oxfam by hosting a thrift shop.