The Theosophical Society in South Florida functions in furtherance of the three declared objects of the Society, set down in its earliest days. These are:
To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of Humanity, without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or color.
To encourage the comparative study of religion, philosophy and science.
To investigate unexplained laws of nature and the latent powers in humanity.
The Society presents many programs, courses, study groups and workshops in furtherance of its declared objects, but does not endorse any of the statements, doctrines or opinions made by any presenters or facilitators.
The Society also maintains the right of individual freedom of thought for every member.
No one, in joining the Society, is required to surrender the teachings and beliefs of his or her own faith. No doctrine, nor opinion by whomsoever taught or held, is in any way binding on any member and no teacher or writer has authority to impose opinions on others.
All members are urged to defend and act upon these fundamental principles and also fearlessly to exercise their own right of liberty of thoughts and of expression within the limits of courtesy and consideration for others.
The Society therefore does not commit its members to any special observances or attitudes. Its official policy is to maintain its own integrity, to pursue its own objects and to develop its own work on the broadest and most inclusive lines possible.