Our Winter Solstice Celebration 2016

In times of darkness, we celebrate the Winter Solstice together to welcome the return of the light. Our inter-generational event focused on ancient South American civilizations and how they honored the sun. DuPree led the musical part of the event and the children...

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Ethics for Children Update – December 4th, 2016 class

Simba Yangala (Exploring Ethics, 3-7 years) It was fun being at the platform with the children, sharing a song with the grown ups this Sunday morning. Back in our class, after our greeting song, I asked the children which place they liked more, the children's place or...

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A few easy ways to help BSEC:

Dear friends and members: We are approaching the end of the year and entering the shopping season. We encourage you to support local business and small, homegrown vendors and artisans whenever you can, but we understand that many of you will also shop online. If you...

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Pictures of our Wampanoag Ceremony 2016​

Every year, BSEC celebrates this time of the year with special attention and respect to our Native American communities during a beautiful intergenerational ritual we call the "Wampanoag Ceremony".  The event is led by Remi Gay, a former board officer and long-time...

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EFC Update Sept 23, 2016

Hello parents and friends! We are getting excited about this last Sunday of the month before we open registration and delve more deeply into our group classes and projects in October! DUPREE VISITS LIVING/EVOLVING ETHICS THIS WEEK! This week our Living Ethics (8-12)...

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Police and Violence: July, 2016

A message from Jone Johnson Lewis, Interim Clergy Leader of the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture (www.bsec.org), with thoughtful input from many members and friends of the Brooklyn Society. In the wake of very public and senseless loss of life this past week, we...

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