Randy Best, Leader
Dr. Anne Klaeysen Presides
Ethical Culture/Ethical Humanism does not have a creed. We are open to all who want to hold ethics as their ultimate concern.
However, we do have an institutional point of view – we are part of nature and responsible for making the world a better place. Within this framework, we can develop our own ideas, our individual creeds. I will share “my humanist creed” and unpack and expound on the ideas contained in my creed.
A life-long member of Ethical Culture, Randy was born in St. Louis and grew up attending the St. Louis Ethical Society where his parents are still members.
Since 2008 he has served as the Leader of the Ethical Humanist Society of the Triangle. Randy received a B.A. from Grinnell College and a Master’s Degree from Harvard University. He is also a graduate of the Humanist Institute, certified Mediator, and Pastoral Counselor.
Randy lives in Durham North Carolina with his wife Sarah Howe, a ceramic artist. They have four children who they have homeschooled.
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