Tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants were being deported each month, a number exceeding that of all past presidents combined.  Members of Congress, including civil rights icon, John Lewis, were arrested in an effort to change the president’s mind. Immigrant organizations, such as CASA … read more.

Upcoming Wi$dom Path Adult Education Class

Class time: 12 Friday evenings beginning on November 2.

Questions? Please contact Linda Ward <neverletgoofthesled@gmail.com>.


Does talking about money make you uncomfortable?


Depending on how we approach and understand it, our relationship with money can enhance or limit our ability to live our lives to the fullest.


This … read more.

WES Potlucks Scheduled for Sunday, October 21

As we enter autumn, and before the rush of the holidays, WES members, guests and friends will gather for potluck dinners on Sunday, October 21 at 5:30pm. WES has divided members into five neighborhoods: DC & Virginia, Silver Spring North, Takoma Park, Silver Spring South … read more.

WES Blog — Believe Survivors

           These last few weeks have been draining for so many of us, especially those that are survivors of sexual assault and violence. It is a real struggle to see such radical callousness from the leaders of this country in the face of trauma and pain. … read more.

Special Online Auction

Friends of WES,

Carol Blimline and Ginger Nuessle, have made a very generous – and somewhat unusual – donation: Sculptures from Washington DC public art exhibits. Offered as part of the 2002 “Party Animals” series and 2004’s “Pandamania,” these sculptures are part … read more.

Pastoral Letter from Amanda and Zeb

Dear friends,

This has been a hard week–perhaps for almost all of us, but most particularly for those of us who are survivors of sexual assault and violence.

To the survivors in our community: as your clergy, we want to tell you how much you are in … read more.

WES Blog — Revisiting Our Ends

The Ends of the Washington Ethical Society were developed to express the organization’s purpose – to explain what difference we want to make in the world. By their very definition, Ends are not things that are likely to be achieved quickly.  They are our aspirations, … read more.

Join AHA at the March for Black Women!

WHERE: Meet us at Northwest corner of 7th St. and Jefferson Dr. SW, Washington DC 20565. From there, we will proceed as a group along the march route to the rally at Freedom Plaza.

HOW TO FIND US: We will be wearing blue “team humanist” shirts and holding … read more.