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List of Spiritualist Churches


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List of Spiritualist Churches

Post by Candlelight.kk on Mon 24 Apr 2017, 12:56

(originally posted on 02 May 2012 01:05 am)

Looking for a Spiritualist Church in your area?

Here is a fairly comprehensive list - from the site

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Re: List of Spiritualist Churches

Post by Veritas on Mon 24 Apr 2017, 12:58

You don't need to go to a Spiritualist Church to know about and practise spiritualism.

Three things to remember, taken from that site
(an excellent site by the way)

Spiritualism is a religion, a philosophy and a science based upon the knowledge that our consciousness survives physical death - and that we can communicate with the Spirit World through mediumship.

Spiritualism is also about being compassionate, caring and forgiving to all sentient beings, including yourself.

This website is intended as a non-denominational basic resource for Spiritualists everywhere. It has become a characteristic of society that people place emphasis on the differences between religions and sects, when we should all be seeking the common ground and sharing in the pursuit of the truth via Spiritualism.

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Re: List of Spiritualist Churches

Post by Valerie on Mon 24 Apr 2017, 12:59

Very helpful. Thank you.

You guys who live in the UK are lucky, you have such a variety of choice. Not so much in Canada -- but this list names some that I wasn't aware of.

Blessings, y'all.

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Re: List of Spiritualist Churches

Post by mac on Mon 24 Apr 2017, 13:01

It's certainly the case that we have many churches and centers in the UK. Over here in the USA there are far fewer and, like Canada, far between.

I sometimes wonder why in the UK they survive (if not exactly thrive) yet in North America the Spiritualism movement is much less well-represented than in the UK. One reason could be that mainstream religions and churches in N. America still retain a level of dominance that in the UK has long gone without any other/newer mainstream religion having replaced it.

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