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Create a Caring World

EHSLIcolor2"Ethical Humanism is a deeply held set of core values dedicated to the ideals of global justice, mutual respect, and compassion. As humanists, we place our trust in the innate goodness of people. Ethical actions and ethical relationships are at the heart of all that we do.

Our connection to the universe occurs through our connections to other people, nature, and the arts. We support the use of science to reveal mysteries of the natural world. We focus on this world, the here and now, and are not overly concerned about what happens after we die. We believe that what we do and how we act in this life is our most important priority.
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Anyone is welcome to join us on any Sunday (September – June) for our weekly Talks.

Have questions? Want to know more? Contact us!

 

Upcoming Events

Social Justice Leadership Awards Dinner – April 27

Click here to view and download reservation information and response card (please print and mail your RSVP with payment to the address on the card)

Dinner & A Movie Series – Thursday evenings, Feb 13 – April 17 (from Darwin Day to Earth Day)

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Download the complete schedule here.

Missed our October Health Care Summit? Listen here.

 

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Office Space Available  

Long-term office rentals are available at The Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island

38 Old Country Road, Garden City

 Walk to LIRR (Mineola). convenient to Nassau County Seat and Winthrop Hospital

 Free Parking!

Reasonable rates

Call 516-741-7304

Click here to view more rental space photos

Upcoming Talks

11 a.m. April 13 Roy Speckhardt, Executive Director of the American Humanist Association.

Informal discussion in the Board following coffee hour.

Colloquy at 9:30 a.m.

Be sure to check out our Kids In Deed Program and upcoming events!

Date Change! Ethical Cafe: April 21: 6:30 pm

Community Singing: Apri 28, 6:30 pm