EHSA is a non-theist alternative to traditional religion, and a caring community dedicated to cultivating ethical growth and action in its members and the larger world. Read More
Our Focus: Social Justice - Personal Growth - Community
Ethical Core ValuesI accept responsibility for my choices and actions. I strive to live my values. I view ethics as my religion.
Ethical Core ValuesI can learn from the past to build for the future. I am free to question. I am free to choose what I believe.
Deed Before CreedEach of us has a moral responsibility to help reduce suffering, enhance the quality of life and contribute to the well being of society.
Examining the issues of livingMoral education – learning to be a good person – is a lifelong task. We encourage personal growth through sensitivity to others, critical thinking and developing the courage to act on ethical values.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, January 6, 1941"Freedom of speech. Freedom of worship. Freedom from want. Freedom from fear."
Ethical Core ValuesI am a part of this earth; I cherish it and all life upon it. I learn from the world around me by using my senses, mind and feelings.
Ethical Core ValuesI can learn from everyone. I am a member of the world community that depends on the cooperation of all people for peace and justice.
A Welcoming Humanist CommunityWe are a community of caring hearts and thoughtful minds, working to create a better world.
Ethical Core ValuesEvery person is important and unique. Every person deserves to be treated fairly and kindly.
Martin Luther King Jr. 1959"Make a career of humanity. Commit yourself to the noble struggle for equal rights. You will make a greater person of yourself, a greater nation o your country, and a finer world to live in."
Available: Childcare and Ethics Education for Children during 3rd Sunday presentation/ platform meetings.
Please call or email for more information. We look forward to seeing you and your children at our meetings!
Colloquy is an opportunity to explore and reflect on a particular aspect of life in a structured and facilitated small-group setting in a nonjudgmental, confidential atmosphere.
2:30 to 4:00 pm. Read More
Our "platform" meeting topics are educational, philosophical and of current interest, most often focused on Social Justice and Personal Growth.
2:30 to 4:00 pm. Conversation and Social 4:00 to 4:30 pm. Read More
- Never Nothing March 4, 2020
- Article on AEU Assembly – Ethical Humanists Strive to Reclaim Democracy for All August 10, 2019
- AEU Opposes Death Penalty August 10, 2019