The Ethical Society of Boston, our sister organization, is hosting its first Sunday platform this Sunday, January 12 at the Humanist Hub.
James Croft, Ethical Culture leader in training, offers his views on the challenges and opportunities of promoting humanism in today’s world.
James is the co-author, with Greg Epstein of the Humanist Community at Harvard, of the forthcoming book “The Godless Congregation."
The Ethical Society of Boston is a non-profit organization, offering its members a fellowship in which they can share with others a rational and compassionate approach to life. Together we search for meaning and purpose in the context of a society that values each individual’s essential human worth.
Formed in 1955, the Ethical Society of Boston has a long history of working to make the our local community a better place, both through the actions of individuals informed by Ethical Culture, and through direct social activism.
Our Sunday morning meeting brings us together to hear the speaker for our Sunday Lecture Series and also to enjoy live performances from talented local musicians.