Our Meeting House
Salisbury Spiritualist Meeting House is a progressive Spiritualist Church, registered for worship.
It is affiliated to the Spiritualists’ National Union and its purpose is to promote the religion and religious philosophy of Spiritualism.
It holds a Divine Service on Sundays which includes a philosophical address and a demonstration of mediumship.
It also offers Services for naming, marriage and death.
In addition, there is a comprehensive programme of demonstrations of mediumship, open and closed circles and
workshops for spiritual development, private readings by visiting and in-house mediums, open days for visitors,
spiritual healing and various social fund raising activities.
The Meeting House is a light, airy and welcoming building run by an elected Committee on behalf of its members.
Light refreshments are available after most events.
All are welcome and committee members are on hand at all events to encourage and help the enquirer whatever their needs.
Our aim is to encourage the brotherhood of man by creating a friendly, supportive environment where people of like minds can meet.
It is also to provide a forum where ideas can be discussed and the spiritual nature of humanity can be explored through our philosophical teachings.
Private readings are available from time to time with either our in-house or visiting Mediums.
SSMH Courses and Circles
The 7 Principles of Spiritualism
The Spiritualists’ National Union website.
The Arthur Findlay College.
Annual General Meeting
The AGM will take place on Friday, 23rd October at 7pm.
This is the chance for Meeting House members to have their say in the running of the church.
Divine Services are taking place on some Sundays, 6:30 – 8pm.
There are limited spaces available. Please book a seat with Gina on Facebook.
||Speeker and Demonstrator
Demonstration of Mediumship
Precious Harris will also giving a demonstration of mediumship this week.
The cost will be £6. Seating is very limited and places need to be booked in advance with Gina on Facebook.
|Friday, 18th September
Places of worship are exempt from the “Rule of Six” currently in force in the country.
For all events, a number of safety measures will be in-place:
- Chairs will be placed 2 metres apart.
- Face coverings will need to be worn.
- Someone will take your name at the door for tracing purposes.
- There will not be any singing.
- The will be no kitchen facilities. Please bring your own drinking water.
- One toilet will be open. Please avoid using the toilet if possible.
The healing group will be joining together to send absent healing to those in need.
Between 7 and 7:30pm on Wednesday evenings, the members of the healing group will sit quietly
in their homes and send out absent healing thoughts and energies.
If you would like to receive healing during this difficult time, please post your name on the healing group facebook page.
If there is someone you know that you feel should receive healing, please post their christian name and just the initial of their surname.
New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings.