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Sundays at the Ethical Society

Upcoming programs

Join us Sunday mornings. Our community welcomes you.

10:00 am - Coffee and Conversation

10:30 am - Program begins

Sunday Ethical Education for Kids (SEEK) will be in session from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm, the same time as our meeting

Community Potluck happens the first Sunday of every month immediately following the main program.


August 18


The Eighth Commitment

Life itself inspires religious response

Life itself inspires religious response.

Although awareness of impending death intensifies the human quest for meaning, and lends perspective to all our achievements, the mystery of life itself, the need to belong, to feel connected to the universe, and the desire for celebration and joy, are primary factors motivating human “religious” response.

The Eight Commitments of Ethical Culture are central to the Ethical Society of Austin. Please join us as John Theiss continues his occasional series exploring the Eight Commitments and the roll they play in our lives and in the Society.

The Eight Commitments can be found here.

August 25


Is the Wall of Separation of Church and State Crumbling?

In light of the recent Supreme Court ruling in the Bladensburg Cross case(American Legion et al. v. American Humanist Assn. et al), how strong is the wall between church and state?

Jon Meador will talk about where we are and what we as ethical humanists can do.

The American Humanist Association has created an FAQ for the Bladensburg Cross Case.

September 1


Colloquy on Standards vs. Principles