There will be no Sunday program on May 29th or June 5th.
Join us on Sunday, June 12th when our EHS Officiants present "Celebrating Life's Milestones from a Humanist Perspective."
Matt Cole, Jo-Ann Hoeppner, Tom Hoeppner, Ken Novak, Ellen McManus, & Katie Merrell, Society members who have been trained to serve as officiants at weddings, memorials, and other ceremonies will explain what we do and what it means to us to serve in this role.
Our Sunday morning programs run from 10:30 a.m. to noon, and are followed by a coffee hour. Admission is free and open to the public.
See our Programs page for more upcoming programs.
Bricks for the Roof!
We have launched a new fundraising campaign that we’re very excited about! Our Bricks for the Roof! campaign will help us raise money to put a new roof on our building AND gives you the opportunity to leave a lasting legacy in your name, or in honor of a loved one.
We need your help to ensure the future of our building and Society, and are inviting you to help by purchasing a personalized brick for our courtyard .
Each donation of at least $250 entitles you to one 4" x 8" brick. Each donation of at least $500 entitles you to one 8" x 8" brick or two 4" x 8" bricks. For more information and to order, go to thatsmybrick.com/ehsil
This Sunday, May 22nd, is our Sunday School Graduation. We'll recognize all our teachers and students and hear from our graduate about his final service project.
The Coming of Age class has designated Doctors Without Borders as the recipient of our change jar this year. Drop your spare change in the jar, and help provide healthcare to people who need it most.
Our 4th & 5th grade class is sponsoring a drive for Bernie’s Book Bank in a effort to increase book ownership among at-risk children in Chicagoland. You can help with donations of new and gently used children’s books for birth through 6th grade level. Please no textbooks or workbooks.
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.