A Welcoming Humanist Community

We are a community of caring hearts and thoughtful minds, working to create a better world.

Examining the issues of living

Moral education – learning to be a good person – is a lifelong task. We encourage personal growth through sensitivity to others, critical thinking and developing the courage to act on ethical values.

Deed Before Creed

Each of us has a moral responsibility to help reduce suffering, enhance the quality of life and to contribute to the well-being of society.
We are opening our doors to our community for Sunday Platform Meetings

Please note that Sunday Platform Meetings will be offered in two different ways:

1) In person/Hybrid (live in person in our meeting room with combined Zoom access)

2) Zoom only

To stay informed about which meetings are Hybrid and which are Zoom only, please join our email list below. Meeting details will be sent to your inbox every week. Or, contact the office at office@ehsli.org or call 516-741-7304

For those who wish to attend Sunday Platforms in person at 38 Old Country Road, proof of completed Covid Vaccination Series is required.

As always, for those who wish to watch the platform at home, join us on Zoom.

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Ethical Philosophy

Ethical humanism is a progressive philosophy dedicated to the greater good of humanity. We believe that what we do and how we act in this life is what matters most.
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Ethical Action

Social action is a key part of our mission as Ethical Humanists. We strive to create a more caring world and cherish the earth.

 

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Ethical Education

We believe that the foundation of an ethical and moral life lies in how we treat others, and that these values are formed in childhood.
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Upcoming Talks

Upcoming Events

"Humanism is a philosophy of joyous service for the greater good of all humanity, of application of new ideas of scientific progress for the benefit of all."


-- Linus Pauling, Nobel Prize winning scientist

Featured Talks

Bart Worden

Bart Worden: Our Personal Histories: How our borrowed ideas and stories affect our ethics

Posted on 12 Jun 2022
Dr. Richard L. Koral

Richard Koral: Is Raging Inequality Behind our troubles today

Posted on 05 Jun 2022
EHSLI

Patricia Shih: My Activism: How I Have Used the Arts for Social Justice and Ethics

Posted on 20 Mar 2022
Thom Bond

Thom Bond: A Path of Compassion Through Needs Awareness

Posted on 13 Mar 2022
Watch past Sunday Talks on our YouTube Channel.