Ethical Culture Society of Westchester
Our faith is in the human capacity to create a better world.

Upcoming Events

GAME NIGHT!

December 10, 2021
6:30 pm

Welcome all to the Ethical Culture Society of Westchester GAME NIGHT!  Connect in person over a fun-filled board game while snacking on pizza and enjoying your fellow human’s company. We ask that all attendees be vaccinated! Bring your own games or just show up! All ages are welcome, as well as all types of games: social, strategy, […]

Winter Festival & Box Party

December 19, 2021
5:00 pm

A favorite Sunday meeting has been our annual Winter Festival which has been an exceptionally enjoyable and moving time for our community. It’s the one Sunday each year that we meet in the late afternoon in a darkened room. Our candles and fireplace bring warmth as we sit beside one another in a large circle, our chorus […]

On Our Calendar

We warmly welcome the public to our meetings and activities!
  • Colloquy - Sundays at 9:30 am
  • Each month we hold a Book group.
  • Once a month the men's group enjoys a Night Out.

We have many functions, classes, and events. See a full list on our main calendar.

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Blog

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Bart’s Blog 10/31/21

Systemic Racism On the Roadways Have you ever been pulled over by the police? I have been on a number of occasions. The stops have typically been for speeding or making illegal turns but one remarkable stop happened on an afternoon when I was driving my wife home from work. I wasn’t speeding and had […]

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Bart’s Blog 10/24/21

Anti-racism Dialogues this week Are you concerned about the pushback against efforts to undo racism? There is much to be concerned about. Efforts have been afoot to address longstanding issues in criminal justice, political representation, healthcare, economic disparity… The list goes on. In 2020 there was, in my opinion, substantial headway toward recognizing elements of […]

Bart’s Blog 9/27/21

Anti-racism opportunities Thanks to my wife Ruthanne’s recommendation, I’ve recently finished reading Pauli Murray’s memoir, “Proud Shoes.” Murray was an amazingly talented individual who had a powerful intellect, deep commitment to ethics, and was fearlessly persistent in her drive for justice and equity. Murray’s story is also an all too familiar one: despite her many […]