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Core Council

CORE stands for “Conscious Of Reality Evolving.”

This elected group, together with Reverend Molly Cameron, governs our organization. They meet monthly to determine our course, making the vision into reality.

Its responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Receive input from all areas of the Center and synthesize it into a clear direction and measureable goals;
  • Prioritize, coordinate, and apply resources;
  • Monitor overall health and unfoldment of the Center;
  • Serve as communication hub;
  • Act as final decision-making body for Columbus Center for Spiritual Living.

General CORE Council Responsibilities:


  1. Financial stewardship
  2. Planning and implementation
  3. Organizational structure
  4. Public relations
  5. Policy and procedures
  6. Representation of formal and informal community members

Core Council Members:

Anne Allen, Vice-Chair

Ann Allen

Ann Allen

Anne Allen was one of the original Charter Members for the Columbus Center for Spiritual Living.

She was introduced to United Centers for Spiritual Living after going on a “tour of churches” in an effort to find a community where she felt spiritually fed. Anne has helped with the Children’s Program over the last two years. She is dedicated to continual personal growth and has taken courses offered at the Center since joining. Anne married her high school sweetheart, Mike, and is blessed to have two fantastic daughters. She is extremely grateful to be able to raise her children in this philosophy.

Anne is in charge of Analytics at JPMorgan and is also a graduate of The Ohio State University.

Anne’s Vision for the Center: I envision a spiritual center that positively impacts not only its member’s lives, but also those in the surrounding community. I see this Center expanding its membership while helping to shape the lives of its youngsters. It is truly a blessing to see how this philosophy helps foster a sense of belonging, inner peace and love!

Jim Broyles, Member

Jim Broyles, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Grove City, Ohio.  He has spent a number of years helping Jim Broylesindividuals understand and move past their blocks to growth. In his work, he is has been able to combine his understanding of the human consciousness, fundamental principles new thought wisdom, and his own intuitive ability to help many people achieve positive growth and meaningful change in their lives.  He is an experienced organization leader and has served as past president and current board member of the Ohio Psychological Association.  He has also served as a member of the Service Providers Coalition, a committee of professionals responsible for the annual A Matter Of Pride Conference, which provided training for mental health professionals on LGBT issues.  Jim has also served as past chair of the Ohio Psychological Association’s LGBT Task Force.  He and his partner David live in Westerville.

Reverend Molly Cameron, Senior and Founding Minister

Reverend Molly Cameron

Reverend Molly Cameron

Rev. Molly holds the vision of a flourishing Center where each individual prospers in all areas of their lives!

For the last eight years she has been casting this vision forward through our ministries, classes, circles, and elected Cores.

Read more about Rev. Molly – Meet Our Staff

 

Catherine Long, RScP, Chair

In 2007, Catherine was a part of a committed team of people that founded Columbus Center for Spiritual Living.  She served on the CORE Council as the chair until relocating to Denver to attend Mile Hi Church.  She graduated from Mile as a licensed practitioner in 2011 and returned to Columbus and answered the call to ministry.  She is on target to graduate as a licensed minister in July this year.  Upon completing her licensing, she intends to practice ministry here at Columbus Center for Spiritual Living.

Catherine’s vision for The Columbus Center for Spiritual Living: Catherine’s vision for Columbus Center for Spiritual Living has always been that it is a healthy, thriving spiritual community that touches and transforms, not only our hearts, but reaches out into the larger Columbus community.  She believes we are a beacon and source of compassion, peace and through Science of Mind principles and practices we become greater than we know ourselves to be and awaken the giant within us.

Jenny Peery, Treasurer

It has been Jenny’s pleasure to have lived in the Columbus area for more than 35 years with service in the banking industry and accounting department at State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio as my labor of love.  Family, her husband of 9 years, Craig Newburgh and their cat, CJ, are closest to her heart.  Spiritual learning, philosophy, astrology, architecture, caring for mother earth, and team building are some of her passions.

Jenny’s vision for The Columbus Center for Spiritual Living: Our mission statement “….a world that works for everyone, one person at a time starting with me” energized Jenny’s vision of The Columbus Center for Spiritual Living as the proving ground for the teaching of the founders of Science of Mind.  A safe place where we can all learn, communicate with compassion and practice the principles together in creating a world that respects, loves and works together with all of our unique differences.  Working with our community at The Columbus Center for Spiritual Living to provide us all with a place to learn, converse and experience the principles.  To use the tools of compassion and love in our homes, our families, our community, our states, our country and globally.  A world that works for everyone, starting with Jenny.  Together we learn to live it, through our Columbus Center for Spiritual Living community.

Peggy Wallace, Vision Core Representative

Peggy represents the Vision Core on the CORE Council. Peggy’s spiritual journey began many years ago while living on Long Island.  She was first introduced to Science of Mind after moving to Los Angeles where she attended both the Redondo Beach Center for Peggy-WallaceSpiritual Living and Agape International.  After relocating to Columbus, Ohio she participated in the founding of the Columbus Center for Spiritual Living and became a charter member.  Since then she has been joyfully involved with Sacred Services including Greeter, Usher, Service Coordinator, and CORE Council Secretary.   The CCSL courses, such as Visioning, Practical Mysticism, and The Essential Ernest Holmes have been a big part of her spiritual growth.   Peggy is very grateful for the many relationships she has developed at the Center that have supported and enhanced her life in Columbus. Peggy is a retired Registered Nurse with 40 years of experience in the healthcare industry.  Her newest adventure is volunteering as an airport Ambassador at Port Columbus where she assists many a weary traveler.

Peggy’s vision for the Center for Spiritual Living:  “I envision the Columbus Center for Spiritual Living to be a vibrant, loving, welcoming and diverse community that provides a spiritually nurturing and healing environment. I see a Center that fosters teamwork and leadership and that operates with a high level of integrity and fiscal responsibility. As the Center continues to grow and mature as a community, it will assume a greater and greater role in the spiritual awakening of those who participate in the Center, of the larger community in which it resides, and of the entire global consciousness. Being a member of the Visioning CORE would provide me with the opportunity to develop and expand this vision.”

Tim Wefler, Member

Tim’s background is in the sciences as well as the arts.  He has a degree in Animal Science from Purdue University and an MA in Psychology from the University of the Rockies.  Currently, he is a cattle disease specialist for Boehringer-Ingelheim (a German pharmaceutical company) where he works with veterinarians in 12 states to identify and find solutions for cattle diseases affecting our food production.  He also coaches workplace culture development in professional offices as a value-added benefit for some of my veterinary clients.Tim’s and his wife Laurel,  met through the CSL in Eugene, Oregon approximately 5 years ago and were married in October 2016.

Tim’s vision for The Columbus Center for Spiritual Living: Tim’s vision for CCSL would be that we are a growing and thriving diverse community of spiritually-minded and loving people who function together well and financially responsible, so that we can continue to enjoy our time together and the teaching opportunities that we choose to pursue regarding life and spirituality.  Tim would like to help CCSL find a way in the future to secure our own location, if the membership feels that this would be important or worthwhile.  He would also like to see our membership ranks grow, reaching people who are seeking a spiritual experience without the dogma of mainstream religions.  He believes there are many people who are looking for what we have and are creating.

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