Sunday, April 19th
Annual Spring Festival
Our Annual Spring Festival, led by Tom Hoeppner and Katherine Ross, is this Sunday, April 19th. We'll celebrate Earth Day and the seasonal renewal of life. Our Sunday School children will display their musical talents and present a short play, and give us colorful spring flowers in hand-painted pots for planting in our home gardens.
All our Sunday morning programs run from 10:30 a.m. to noon and are followed by a coffee hour.
See our Programs page for more upcoming Sunday morning programs.
Ethical Action Project for Heifer International
This week is the last Sunday to contribute to our Llama Drive! We are working toward our goal of collecting enough change to buy 2 Llamas for Heifer International, whose mission is to end hunger and poverty by giving individual families the means to provide for themselves in a sustainable way.
A Llama's wool is prized around the world for being denser, warmer and softer than sheep wool - making it possible for the partner families to earn a steady living by either selling the wool or making clothes and blankets. You can help by collecting spare change and add it to our jar in the reception area.
Here are some answers to common questions many newcomers have about our community:
How do I . . . ?
Curious about who we are? Perhaps the best way to get to know us is to attend a Sunday program or two. It's easy! Just look through our list of programs and pick one that interests you. After each program we have a coffee hour (snacks too) where you can meet and chat with members, other guests and the featured speaker. It's just that simple! We really hope you'll join us for an upcoming talk.
Who We Are
Click here to watch a short video about our community!
The Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago is a democratic fellowship and spiritual home for those who seek a rational, compassionate philosophy of life without regard to belief or nonbelief in a supreme being.