March 2020

Welcome to our Newsletter

You’re invited to contribute. Just email – roy.compton@gmail.com.

Also, feedback is important.  Let me know what you think!

Coming up this Month

Second Saturday Gathering, March 14, from 8 to 11:30 am (open to all men) at the American Legion Hall in Woodinville: 21920 Hwy 9 SE, 98072 Theme: “What is my gold, and what stops me from claiming it?“. Call Gene (425-931-4311) if you need directions.

First and third Wednesday each month – Journeymen meetings, 7 pm at Jim Brossard’s house: 13507 14th Drive S.E, Mill Creek, WA 98012

Third Saturday Sweat, March 21, at John Thompson’s in Tulalip, first door at 10 am. All are invited (men & women). Please bring a little food to share afterward. Call Gene if you need directions: 425-931-4311

A monthly group led by Chris Richards invites journeymen wanting to learn the facilitation process as well as to go deeper. Interested journeymen (who have attended our August retreat) should call Chris: 425-385-8520.

What is my gold, and what stops me from claiming it?

Come and explore this with us at our monthly gathering as we share our journeys to connection with other souls, our partners and the community.

You were born whole and endowed with genius, that is golden, to give to the world.

What beast bars you from your gold? Are you willing to slay it?

Take charge of your life, claim your gold and be your golden authentic self.

Your being authentic changes the world for the better.

A call for input

The new design for our website (https://agatheringofmen.org) now includes a page for links of interest to the community. Please email me (roy@agatheringofmen.org) any links you think may be of interest men.  I’ll use the link if it’s appropriate or I will let you know why it’s not being included. 

The criterion is – no sales pitches, no political advocacy, no proselytizing, no “men’s rights”, no women bashing, erotica or racist sites will be considered.

An interview

America’s boys?

Journalist Peggy Orenstein crisscrossed the country talking to them about masculinity, women, and sex. This is what she learned.

By Hope Reese  Updated Jan 28, 2020, 9:30am EST