We Value Collaboration
Our youth programs operate as a collaborative. The Society has paid staff, a part-time Director and a part-time Administrator. They create the curriculum and manage the programs.
Our classes are facilitated by parents of children enrolled in the program. Parents volunteer to spend four to six hours a year teaching based on provided materials and curriculum.
Just as members of a church, synagogue or mosque come together to care for others, to celebrate births, adoptions, weddings, funerals, festivals and other rights of passage, we too come together as a loving and supportive community.
We aspire to sustain a welcoming home for people of all ages, where we call each other’s attention to the joys and wonder in the world within and around us, and where we can find the hope and moral courage we need to navigate it gracefully.
Parent Talk is a monthly conversation among parents. Participants request discussion topics that address the interests and concerns of families of infants through teens. Topics, moderators, and guest presenters vary each month and are announced on SEEK's Facebook pages.
Parent Talk happens every first Sunday of the month from 10-11am. Families of all descriptions are welcome to participate.
Sunday Ethical Education for Kids
10:00am to 12:00pm
SEEK guides young people from infancy through their late teens in the thoughtful exploration of the myriad ways people make sense of the world around them. We examine a wide variety of the world's religious traditions, including the one that brings us together - Ethical Humanism.