Welcome to Ethical Culture

"Ethics in Action"
The New York Society for Ethical Culture is a humanist community dedicated to ethics, social justice, and education since 1876. We celebrate life’s joys, support each other through life’s crises, and work to make the world a better place.
 
Come visit our landmark Meeting House for inspiring Sunday MeetingsEthical Enrichment workshopsfamily programsEthical Action projects, and many other entertaining events.
 
Learn more about becoming a part of our community and use the links below to keep in touch with us online.

        

Next Sunday Meeting

07/23/2017 - 11:00am

Council Member Costa Constantinides will discuss environmental legislation that the City Council has passed in the last four years, along with what else remains to be done to meet our goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions 80% by 2050.

Ethical Blog

Friday July 21, 2017

We're pleased to let you know that Ethical NYC Leader Richard Koral will be a guest on WBAI Radio's City Watch tomorrow, Saturday, July 22 at 10:00am!

Wednesday July 19, 2017

Join three pioneers of mindfulness meditation for a one-time only sharing of their interwoven contributions to its spread in the West. They will delve into the birth of the movement, where it is today, and where it might be going in the future.

Monday June 26, 2017

The July/August Ethical Outlook newsletter is now available. Check out the great events we have coming up during the summer!

Friday June 02, 2017
Through our Social Service Board (SSB), Ethical NYC operates a Women’s Shelter, offering a “home” for 6 to 8 guests, every Saturday through Thursday. All guests are previously screened at the Antonio Olivieri Drop-In Center.
Wednesday May 24, 2017

The June Ethical Outlook is now available. Check out the great events we have coming up during the month!

Saturday May 20, 2017

This year we will feature a keynote address by the dynamic Michael Nutter, former Mayor of Philadelphia and Professor at Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, on "What is the role of public service in our polarized world?"