We are a Christian Spiritualist Church providing evidence of life beyond physical death through the gifts of Spirit communication: mediumship, healing and philosophy. We believe these gifts help bring us (and others) closer to the teaching of Jesus Christ and provide us with strength and guidance to live our lives by His example.
Life after Death:
We believe that whilst the physical body dies and all physical matter returns to earth, the Spirit body, survives death and continues onwards. This knowledge is at the core of Spiritualism.
Through Spirit communication with Church mediums we are given evidence, unique for ourselves, if we want to hear it, that our loved ones thrive in Spirit and continue to bestow their love upon us. Our Church services demonstrate that life after death is not a vague hope or promise, but a sure and certain fact.
Our Church is guided by Seven Principles:
1. The Fatherhood of God.
2. The Leadership of Christ & the Brotherhood of Man.
3. The Communion of Spirits & the Ministry of Angels.
4. The Continuous Existence of the Human Soul.
5. Personal Responsibility.
6. Compensation and Retribution hereafter for all the good and evil deeds done on earth.
7. Eternal Progress open to every soul.
With individual liberty of interpretation.
The Church provides weekly services of mediumship, meditation and healing: click here for information.
The Church provides (limited) opportunities for individuals to arrange private sittings with Church mediums: click here for information.
We also provide naming, funeral and wedding services for members.
Our Church is in association with the Spiritualists' National Union.
We recognise that people come along to our Church for many different reasons: some due to bereavement, some to seek communication with loved ones in Spirit, others simply curious...
As an open, friendly Church we welcome all visitors, irrespective of faith/ lack of faith or philosophical perspective, to our services. Members of the Church Committee are always willing to answer questions about Spiritualism and any queries folk may have about the Church. Come along and feel free to ask.