Preston Ethical Spiritualist Church
Whether you are new to Spiritualism or a regular through our church doors, we would like to extend a warm welcome to you and invite you to explore spiritualism with us at our church in Preston. Enjoy our clairvoyant services or our special evenings of spiritual mediumship, divine service or our open circle where you can learn and practice mediumship yourself.
Next Services and Events
|Mediumship - TBC||Tue 7th Dec 7:30 to 8:30pm|
|Divine Service - TBC||Sun 12th Dec 6:30 to 7:30pm|
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The Seven Principles
- Fatherhood of God (Essence of Life)
- Brotherhood of Man (Unity of Life)
- Communion of Spirit (Possibility of Contact)
- Continuous Existence (Spirit of Life Continues)
- Personal Responsibility (Obligation of Life)
- Compensation and Retribution (Incentive to do well)
- Eternal Progress (Progression Assured)
What is Spiritualism
The meaning and perception of Spiritualism varies greatly from one individual to another. Some people consider spiritualism to be a kind of philosophy and others embrace it as a religion. For some the science behind mediumship and evidence of life after death becomes the primary focus of spiritualism. For others spiritualism takes the form of the study and attainment of spiritual wisdom.Discover more about spiritualism
The History of Spiritualism
The fox sisters of Hydseville New York were instrumental in the initial creation and proliferation of the spiritualism movement. Their public demonstrations of physical mediumship attracted many people to the new and rapidly evolving concepts of spiritualism. More about the fox sisters.
The Spiritualists’ National Union (SNU) is a 'not for profit' limited company which was registered in 1901 as a religious charity. The SNU supports, guides and unifies spiritualist churches across the United Kingdom. The SNU provides high quality guidance and training for healers, spirit mediums and teachers. SNU website.
Services at Preston Ethical Spiritualist Church
A free healing service is held at the church between 5pm and 6pm every Sunday. This is followed by a divine service which begins at six thirty. Open circle is held on the second and fourth Thursday of the month.
Details of more services offered by the church
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