For the first time in years, my travel scheduled allowed me to be in Baltimore for the Martin Luther King Jr. Parade. Even though my recent hip surgery made it hard to march, I was so glad I could cheer on our BES contingent.
The American Ethical Union (AEU), the federating organization representing Ethical Culture nationally, has fought for the rights of marginalized populations for over a century.
On Thursday, April 21st, Leader Hugh Taft-Morales was privileged to offer a 5 minute presentation on “Godless Spirituality” at the 18th Ignite Baltimore in the MICA auditorium.
A new at-a-glance BES resource summarizes major state bills, making it far easier to contact state legislators (one of the most effective ways of effecting positive change).
A new prekindergarten Sunday school program for children three to five years old will launch on March 1.
In the spirit of gratitude and service to our neighbors, our annual canned food and warm clothing drive began at the Stone Soup Fall Festival on November 23 and will run through HumanLight on December 23.
On the blustery Saturday morning of November 1st, a brave group of Baltimore Ethical Society members and friends gathered at Real Food Farms (RFF) in Clifton Park for a volunteer morning.
I traveled to New York with my mom to participate in the People’s Climate March. First we woke up very early and drove to the bus stop. The bus ride was very long and the bus driver got lost so my mom had to help.
On Sunday, September 7, the Baltimore Ethical Society honored the August 18 death of longtime member Helena Wright with “A Celebration of Her Life.”
After 25 years of teaching I will admit that having a different routine in the summer is important to me. It’s not that I spend most of the summer doing nothing – a persistent myth that bothers hard-working teachers.