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Sunday Gathering

June 18 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Join us!

We gather in person every Sunday at Central Park Place. We would love for you to join us.
All events held in the Mackinaw Ballroom in Central Park Place (421 Columbus Ave., GH)

Sunday’s Schedule:

9am Pre-Talk: 
Meet the morning’s teacher in a small group setting for an open discussion of the morning’s theme
10am Gathering:
Welcome, readings, meditation from a community member, teaching, and music
11am Talk Back: 
A chance to share questions, comments and stories related to the morning gathering
C3 Kids: 
Each week we provide a safe and welcoming environment for kids starting at 10am. If you are looking for a Sunday morning experience for your kids that includes C3 Values, creative activities, toys, books, games and outdoor fun (when weather permits), we are here to make it happen! Miss Mary is happy to be spending time with your kids!


Sunday’s Program and Reading:

Sunday, June 18, 2023

We Have Questions: What is the father wound? 

Speaker: C3 Teacher Kent Dobson helps people orient their life to be in deeper relationship with Mystery, the shape of their own soul, and to a meaningful sense of their unique voice in the world. 

Musician: Patty PerShayla is a former small-town pageant queen turned rock ’n’ roll powerhouse. Stomping on corner stages across her home state of Michigan, she established herself as a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. In 2019, she joined forces with Lucas Powell and Alec Klinefelter to form Patty PerShayla & The Mayhaps. After releasing their blues-infused, riff-driven debut album, Cheap Diction (2021), the group road-tested their live set, playing over a hundred shows across the Midwest and East Coast, then packed the van for a move to Nashville. 


Music: Patty PerShayla 


Gathering Host: Beth Buelow 


Music: Patty PerShayla 


Meditation: Nelleke Knarr 


Moment of Silence 


Reading/Teaching: Kent Dobson 


Genuine patriarchy brings down the sun through the Sacred King, into every man and woman in the culture; and genuine matriarchy brings down the moon, through the Sacred Queen, to every woman and man in the culture. The death of the Sacred King and Queen mean that we now live in a system of industrial domination, which is not patriarchy. The system we live in gives no honor to the male mode of feeling nor to the female mode of feeling. The system of industrial domination determines how things go with us in the world of resources, values, and allegiances; what animals live and what animals die; how children are treated. And in the most of industrial domination there is neither king or queen. 

– Robert Bly, Iron John


Music: Patty PerShayla 


Gathering Host: Beth Buelow 


Music: Patty PerShayla

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Talk Back
Small Bites and Coffee Served after Gathering
Talk Back
Talk Back


June 18
9:00 am - 12:00 pm


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Central Park Place, Mackinaw Ballroom
421 Columbus Ave
Grand Haven, MI 49417 United States
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(616) 842-1985
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