**SNU Affiliated Spiritualist Church** It is with huge regret that we have had to close our doors now until early 2021. In the meantime should you have an urgent need ,please contact us via email at *****************firstname.lastname@example.org ****************** The original landline telephone number is no longer available. Committee can be reached on 07835 422078, 07594 157520, or 07896 005804
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Joining together as a healing community is an empowering thing to do. This Friday our Healing Service at 6.30pm (UK) will be led by Shelley Youell CSNU. We're looking forward to seeing her again after her last moving and inspirational service. Join us here > zoom.us/j/98834927078... See MoreSee Less
Consider for a moment the actual feeling of respect. Reflect on it and how it has been applied in your life. When has it enabled you to overcome an obstacle, heal a wound, and find new joy in what seemed like a grey day.
No matter what you see in the glass its always completely full.
I did an inspired by spirit philosophy on it for my csnu s.
Two of the most important elements our physical body needs air/fluid. And went on to liken it to our material & spirit self. x
It's half empty, it has potential to be filled with whatever I choose.
Loving your body shows respect for the gift which your parents provided, enabling you to have the opportunity to learn at the university of life on earth. Respect every imperfection in your body as it makes you unique.
Feel the magnificent energy of true peace within your soul, and know God. Peace is the greatest gift that God can give to each of us and to the world. Be still and feel the peace of God’s love; share it with all you meet.
Today's #Healing Service will begin shortly at 6.30pm (UK) - All are welcome to experience the healing power of community working together for Spirit. Guest speaker - Minister Alan Rawnsley. Zoom over and join here > zoom.us/j/98834927078... See MoreSee Less
Our open access Friday Healing Service, with prayer, inspirational words, and healing attunement is an online community of Spiritualists creating healing... for all of us. Join us at 6.30pm (UK) > zoom.us/j/98834927078 This week with guest speaker Minister Alan Rawnsley. ... See MoreSee Less
This is the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima. 75 years ago this week, atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, unleashing unimaginable destruction. World history reminds us of the need for our prayer, thought and action to strive for a peaceful future. ... See MoreSee Less
SNU Almoner, Minister Marian Bishop: "Words cannot express the horror of the explosion in Beirut yesterday as so many of us witnessed on our television screens.
We feel their pain .... their sadness ... within the silence of our hearts.
So many lives have been lost, hundreds have been injured and many still under the rubble to be found, and the people still search for their lost loved ones with that hope of finding them alive.
People's lives, for so many, will have been changed forever, and for many different reasons... death, injuries, loss of homes shock and horror to witness such a thing... and their tears will fall for many days and years to come ...
Friends, let us forget ourselves for the moment and give to these people our love and healing thoughts and embrace them in the midst of their trauma as we send out that prayer of love healing and hope for their tomorrows. We ask and yet we already know that the Spirit world have met those who have already arrived in the spirit realms.
Thank you everyone for your thoughts and prayers which have been I know going out to everyone there since this happened." ... See MoreSee Less
To say that you are sorry is showing the greatest respect for someone. It is one of the greatest gifts you can give if you really mean it. If you are only saying the words then you are disrespecting them.
Update for SNU Ministers & Officiants regarding this year's Ministers' Congress, which will now be a virtual meeting. Delegates will be contacted directly by MAC with joining instructions in due course, but here is advance information for your diaries 🙂
Silence is being complicit, always speak your truth, even if its uncomfortable x
Oh yes, i think that's the point.
Speak your truth and respect the truth of others. Each one has a right to their opinion. And just because we differ in opinions does not make either of us wrong.
We should all be more tolerant and considerate of others... their religion, nationality, colour or beliefs. Only then will we move forward in a united band of brothers and sisters. Our 2nd principle. 💞
I try to use the word “respectfully “ when I disagree with someone. In other words, “Respectfully, I see it from another perspective.” New way to discuss and it has taken me years to learn this
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If you truly want to be respected by the people you love then you need to prove to them that you can live without them. Show them what gifts they have given you to ensure you have the best opportunities to make your own decisions.
The Friday Healing Service at 6.30pm (UK) will be taken by Minister Alan Rawnsley. You may have read Alan's words in the "Perspectives" section of our website, and we're looking forward to the special healing meditation he has planned. To experience the energy of this online healing community join the Zoom service in time for the start here > zoom.us/j/98834927078... See MoreSee Less
It is not our purpose in life to all be the same as each other. The diversity of those you meet offers so many opportunities to experience life at its best. Respect the diversity of those you are privileged to meet.
Consider how different your life would be if you avoided coming to negative conclusions, or assumptions about people and situations you encounter. Look for the good in everyone and respect your inner judgment.
The free July 2020 bumper issue of PN Magazine is now available to download or read online. With new and classic articles, including a visit to the Britten Memorial Museum at Stansted Hall. Links below >>>
Friday, 6.30pm (UK) & our weekly healing service will be led by Adam Berry CSNU - It's an opportunity to explore what healing means, joining together as a community to feel the healing energy and be of service to others. Join here in time for the start > zoom.us/j/98834927078... See MoreSee Less
Open Access Session with SNUi today at 7pm (UK) Tim Smith DSNU presents thoughts in a session called "Spirit Earth, Earth Spirit" and how restored consciousness of our planet might enhance our mediumship in the future. Join here in time for the start > zoom.us/j/94379240532... See MoreSee Less
Education & Exponents Committee have now organised assessment boards for awards, accreditation and healing upgrades online for the rest of 2020 to replace those based in churches. Information here if you are a member ready to take your final assessment board: www.snu.org.uk/news/online-assessment-boards... See MoreSee Less
Today (Monday) at 7pm will be the online Spiritualist Memorial Service for those who have been affected by bereavement during the lockdown, perhaps not having attended a full funeral service, and to provide a place to remember & celebrate the lives of those who have passed to Spirit. For access details, visit our website > www.snu.org.uk/Event/online-memorial-service... See MoreSee Less
The Healing Service brings people together as a community to send & experience absent healing. Spend a little time to make a big difference - Friday, 6.30pm (UK) on Zoom > zoom.us/j/98834927078... See MoreSee Less
Follow this link for details of an online memorial service (Monday 13th July, 7pm, UK) which has been organised by the SNU Ministry as support for those who have been bereaved during the lockdown period. Many have not been able to attend funerals or been able to celebrate the life of someone in the way they would have wished. If this is you, we hope this will help in some way.
The SNU Ministry has organised an online memorial service, recognising this is a time when many have experienced bereavement but have been unable to attend a funeral. This is an opportunity to celebrate the life of those who have passed to Spirit.
We join #ThankYouTogether at 5pm in thanking all the healthcare and key workers, and also the volunteers who have risen to the many challenges during the pandemic. This includes volunteers from the many Spiritualist churches and centres who have brought support and #peace of mind to their congregations and communities by holding virtual services, online socials, making PPE, writing letters to isolated people, picking up the phone, supporting foodbanks, sending healing, and caring for each other in so many different ways. #spiritualism#community#gratitude... See MoreSee Less
Today is Spiritualists' World Peace Day, and many churches & centres would have been holding their peace services. Thank you to everyone who attended the virtual peace service yesterday; we still managed ensure we had a presence at the National Memorial Arboretum too! You can watch the service again here on our YouTube Channel: youtu.be/_hcwSWO76RE #Peace #Spiritualism ... See MoreSee Less
It's 10 years since the Spiritualist Memorial was established at the National Memorial Arboretum. We can't be there, but we can meet online as a community aspiring for greater peace. The service will be live-streamed on our YouTube Channel, SNU Film, and will appear a few minutes before the 1.30pm start on Saturday July 4th. The channel page is here (tinyurl.com/SNUfilm) and we'll post a direct link to the stream on this page before it starts. Please share this post so we can all join together for the cause of peace 🙏🕊 ... See MoreSee Less
We're looking forward to the Friday Healing Service, this week with Rachel Casson CSNU, and taking time out to feel better and be part of a virtual community experiencing the inspirational power of healing. Join us Friday, 6.30pm (UK) on Zoom > zoom.us/j/98834927078... See MoreSee Less
In the final discussion of this series, Minister David Bruton leads a session exploring science and Spiritualism with Chris Connelly MSc DSNU and Tricia Robertson, who both share their considerable expertise in scientific research. These popular sessions will be back later this year - we'll let you know! See the rest of our recordings on this page, or on our YouTube Channel, SNU Film: www.youtube.com/channel/UCFuKVmySeSWoxfuZC2ltxWw... See MoreSee Less
My heart is racing. I know that if something impacts me so much, my soul my heart is racing. It is within me.
Trish no problems. When you said about spiritualism and science? That is NOT within the 7 principles of the spiritualist church. We do NOT have anything to prove to anyone. Neither should we be observed or analysed by scientists. .universities work with brainwashing people (I went to one) spiritualist church is somewhere that has been part of my life. My earth spirit family for most of my life. If spiritualist church is going to go down this route, I will walk away and have my own connection to spiritual world. I would be interested to know psychics, mediums, clairvoyants. Especially those who have been doing work in relation to global events right now. Those who are awake and not asleep. What are your thoughts? If anyone watched it. Why are you involved with universities? What impact will that have on our churches? We are living in a world with much evil. Mediumship to someone with mental health can be very damaging. Are you really that desperate for money, that we are going to go down this route? I suspect that this is about money, finances? Or perhaps ego? I like Trish. Positive and what we are about as spiritualists. I was raised a christian. But am also spiritualist. This connection with universities, with powerful people, with science, makes me feel cold. I have a very bad feeling about it. One of the nicest things about my life. Is my spiritualism. My connection with those in spiritualist community. I find this quite offensive. Would this happen in any other religion? You will drive away the natural psychics and mediums because our souls will always tell us the truth. Many of us are working globally and have done so for many years. We will continue. With or without the spiritualist church. What a shame in such a changing world, if this simple, essential core connection in my life would need to be removed too.
I had similar with a little girl who had been killed in a road traffic accident. I said I can see her, long blonde hair with a straight fringe. She is smiling and has a hula hoop. The person I was speaking to, said yes, that is my sister. She was killed in a rta aged 8 she does look like this. My favourite photo of us is us two stood next to each other on top of the fire place.
I don't know why I can connect to these things. Why I see sense and feel. But I do know it has nothing to do with science. It my connection with God. Ministry of angels. My connection with the brotherhood of man for good.
How sad. Maybe another thing in life that has been long standing. I might need to walk away from. I will not connect spirituality with science. Just the thought is quite offensive is a million miles away from what I see as spiritualism. Love and light to you all ♥️
I think you will find history began with fox sisters in USA. Conan Doyle was much later. Yes of course I know about him.
As long as there isn't pressure from the president to change the way that we work in the church. For many of us we obtain the support we need to continue to do spiritual work that is needed more than ever right now, in this crisis ridden world.
Good discussion! Interesting stuff from Trish when she mentions Mary Armour too.
Well done Alv and well done David and all ur participants in the discourse. Been well received I’m sure. B good to keep it going too!
HelloDavid Bruton X
Wonderful talk, loved it... thank you and good luck Chris getting onto your PhD 😊
Pope John Paul II said, “Do not be afraid to take a chance on peace, to teach peace, to live peace. Peace will be the last word of history.” We are making history now so ensure that peace is part of your living legacy to your own soul and the whole world.
For the past 10 years, the first Saturday in July has seen our Peace Walk at the National Memorial Arboretum. This year, we can't meet in person, but peace is too important an aspiration to postpone - we will be live streaming a Peace Service on Saturday at 1.30pm (UK) on our YouTube Channel: SNU Film. #peace#spiritualism... See MoreSee Less
Monday (7pm): Minister David Bruton will be joined by Tricia Robertson (Former President, Scottish Society for Psychical Research & author) & Chris Connelly MSc DSNU (Research scientist and SNU tutor) in an interactive discussion. Both bring a wealth of knowledge and experience. This is the last in the current series which returns later this year. You're welcome to join us here! > zoom.us/j/590830527... See MoreSee Less