"Our focus is on how to lead good lives and make a positive difference with our families, community, and the world without being required to buy into the dogma of religion." said Lawton.
Grand Haven, MI (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
Ian Lawton is the leader of the progressive spiritual community, “C3 Exchange”, located on the shoreline of Grand Haven, Michigan. A professed “New Atheist”, Lawton spoke to the Inclusive Spiritual Community about core values which they have agreed to support, and how that plays out in the modern world. The community is made up of people of all faiths and those of no faith. They are organized around a core set of values such as inclusive spirituality, activism, sustainability, wellness, celebrating gender, sexuality, creativity, interspirituality, and community. "Our focus is on how to lead good lives and make a positive difference with our families, community, and the world without being required to buy into the dogma of religion." said Lawton.
Appearing last week with Lawton was the charming musical duo, Channing and Quinn, who have just released a new Holiday CD, “Paper Snowflakes”.
Hear sample songs here.
The artists meet and signed Cd’s of their music for those interested. The C3 Exchange Original CD “Sonic Bloom” (which has a song by Channing and Quinn) produced by music director, Brian Vander Ark, are also offered for sale after the meeting.
C3 Exchange has offices at 208 Franklin and holds its Community Meetings on Sundays starting at 9AM for small groups, and 10AM for the Main Group. They meet at the Grand Haven Community Center in downtown Grand Haven next to the Loutit Public Library on Sundays and all other times at the Franklin Street address.
Childcare is offered downstairs in the Community Center on Sundays and parking is in the back for those who are handicapped, or in the lot across from the building for all others. For more information call the C3 Exchange office at 616-842-1985 or email frontdesk(at)C3exchange(dot)org.