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Sunday Meeting- Envisioning the Future of NYSEC:

Envisioning the Future of NYSEC: In the Community, the Ethical Culture Movement, and the World



Elizabeth Collier

Dan Hanson Presides 

Elizabeth Collier, fellow of the American Ethical Union, will discuss current trends in young adult religious participation, as well as thriving humanist communities amongst younger generations today. She will offer a handful of recent success stories from other Ethical Societies’ efforts towards membership development, marketing, and engagement with their surrounding areas. The last portion of her talk will focus on envisioning the future of NYSEC as a supportive and influential humanist community in New York City, the Ethical Culture Movement, and the world. Participation from the audience will be encouraged!  

Elizabeth Collier was raised from the age of seven at the Ethical Society of Northern Westchester. She was a founding member of the Future of Ethical Societies, an organization for young adults to stay connected to Ethical Culture. Elizabeth is currently a Fellow of the American Ethical Union, researching what will attract young adults and future generations to Ethical Culture. As a Certified Holistic Health Counselor, she runs her own private health coaching practice. In her spare time, Elizabeth loves to broaden her knowledge of food and cooking, and play her flute. 

our motivations. Questions I will explore further in my address of March 9.



Entry to our 100-year-old building and meeting rooms is available for most wheelchair users with prior arrangements. Please call ahead  [masked] x 107) for setup of our portable system and plan to arrive one hour before start time.

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