Princeton Ethical Humanist Fellowship

Ethical Culture Serving Central New Jersey

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This page last updated May 5, 2005

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  • Sunday Platform Meeting Schedule for 2004-2005 (updated April 12, 2005)
    NOTE: Because of a recent decline in attendence, we will have Platform Meetings only twice a month for the rest of this year.
  • About Ethical Culture

  • How To Contact Us

  • Some other Ethical Culture WWW sites

  • Ethical Culture E-mail Lists

  • Some Writings From And About Us

    The PEHF Statement of Purpose

    The goal of the Princeton Ethical Humanist Fellowship is to establish a growing community of friends, who will search for the highest ethical principles through the exchange of ideas, in mutual trust and respect.

    The Fellowship should help its members understand that how people relate to one another is the greatest concern of ethical humanism, should help them present Ethical Culture ideas to others, and should work to improve relationships among people in society at large.

    Who We Are

    The Fellowship was founded in 1986 to represent the Ethical Culture Movement in central New Jersey. Members reside not only in Princeton Borough and Township but throughout the surrounding region.

    What We Do

    The Fellowship meets each Sunday at 10:45 a.m.

    In the Ethical Culture tradition, these meetings are called Platform Meetings, because they offer Ethical Culture Leaders and others a platform from which to present ethical ideas, information and analysis of significant ethical issues.

    You are cordially invited to attend any Sunday Platform Meeting.

    NOTE: Because of a recent decline in attendence, we will have Platform Meetings only twice a month for the rest of this year.

    About Ethical Culture

    Ethical Culture is a 127-year-old humanistic religious and educational movement inspired by the ideal that the supreme aim of human life is working to create a more humane society.

    The Fellowship is a member of the American Ethical Union, which includes more than 20 Ethical Societies and Fellowships throughout the United States, as well as several hundred Members-At-Large.

    Also part of the AEU are a National Leaders Conference -- members of which are recognized as clergy in every state -- and a National Service Conference, which is an accredited Non-Governmental Organization to the United Nations.

    The AEU is also a constituent member of the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU)

    Some other Ethical Culture WWW sites:

    How To Contact Us

    Please telephone, fax, write or email inquiries to

    Princeton Ethical Humanist Fellowship
    PO Box 3286
    Princeton, New Jersey 08543


    • 609-588-8694 -- Gene Queval, President
    • 609-683-8382 -- Elaine Brower, Secretary & Membership
    • 609-924-6492 -- Dick Reichart, webmaster
    • Fax: 609-921-9132

    Some Writings From And About Us