the Ethical Movement.
We especially encourage you to visit the
Ethical Society of St. Louis, our " parent
Society." Then visit the American Ethical Union, the national organization of Ethical
Societies, where you will find much reading material in the form of documents and essays, and also links
to all the Ethical Societies.
Mid Rivers Leader Bob Greenwell recommends:
Bob Greenwell has personal ties with two Ethical Societies in
particular, and he recommends that you visit their websites for a deeper introduction to the holistic
nature of the Movement:
Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture:
Washington Ethical Society:
And of course you will want to visit the original Ethical Society, founded in New York in
calendar at Yahoo!:
Ethical Society - Mid Rivers' Sunday Programs Calendar
And (almost the) last,
but not the least:
Many people in retirement homes have no friends or family left to visit them regularly. Physical
needs are met, but not the need for simple human friendship. Senior Connections trains volunteers
to visit such people each week, becoming friends.
Senior Connections is a program of the
Singer Institute, an independent nonprofit
begun in St. Louis by Suzanne Singer. Ethical Society Mid Rivers has committed to help bring this
needed program to St. Charles. At present, Senior Connections has over fifty "relational
volunteers" from churches, organizations, and the Ethical Society of St. Louis.