The first point to mention is that we are not a Spiritualist Church, we do not hold Divine Services, nor do we sing hymns as you would expect in a traditional Spiritualist Church. So you may ask questions such as “What happens at a Spiritualist Group? How do we go about Joining a Spiritualist Group?
WHAT HAPPENS AT A SPIRITUALIST GROUP?
What we do as a Spiritualist Group is dedicate ourselves to learning and increasing our knowledge on the subject of Spiritualism, and in particular Mediumship.
Although we have a Group Leader, the sessions are run on a co-operative type basis, that is, members who are showing significant development are encouraged to take on the mantle of Group Leader for the evening. Those members are invited to take a session on whatever subject they have a special interest in and wish to share with the rest of the group. This has a huge effect of promoting their own confidence, development and helps by way of maintaining interest within the Group.
In addition, we occasionally hold a “Special” where experienced Mediums are invited to take our Group for a Workshop and demonstrations. These will be advertised on our Special Events Page at that time.
Our sessions include:
Awareness, Mediumship, Psychic work, Guided Meditations (including Sitting in The Power), Psychometry, Working with Colours, Working with Crystals, Working with Energies, Working with Auras, Inspirational Writing and Painting, Reading Tarot and Oracle Cards, Reading with Ribbons, Spiritual Healing, and Crystal Ball Reading.
JOINING A SPIRITUALIST GROUP?
In most cases you can simply just turn up at the session and introducing yourself to the Group Leader. They will probably ask a few simple questions such as what brought you to the Group? Are you a complete beginner, or do you have some experience? What do you wish to achieve by coming to the Sessions?
WHERE CAN I FIND A SPIRITUALIST GROUP OR SPIRITUALIST CHURCH?
Joining a Spiritualist Group should be quite simple and an internet search will quite easily help you locate a Group or Church but this link may be beneficial: