Spiritual Healing Services at Mexborough Spiritualist Church are held regularly throughout the week. People and pets alike are welcomed into these services.
Mexborough Spiritualist Church is affiliated to the Spiritual Nationalist Union (S.N.U.) [http://www.snu.org.uk/] and follows its Code of Conduct and practice of Spiritual Healing.
We promote and encourage the practice, study and investigation of the art and science of spiritual healing:
- We work as far as possible in co-operation with the medical profession.
- All Mexborough Spiritualist Church Healing Mediums are Registered with the S.N.U. and undertake a one year formal training programme, after which time assessments and upgrading has to be carried out in order to attain Approved Healing Medium Status.
- All Mexborough Spiritualist Church Healing Mediums are insured – both Trainees and Approved.
Spiritual Healing is defined by the SNU as being “a form of healing by the uses of forces and energies from the World of Spirit, channelled through the healer by the laying on of hands on, or by prayer or the direction of thought from a distance”.
The spiritual healing within Mexborough Spiritualist Church takes place in a pleasant, friendly and comfortable environment, and we also provide an outside spiritual healing service on request.
If people so wish, they may leave quietly when they have received healing, and additionally may enter the healing service quietly when it has started.
Also if you want to bring in your pets for Spiritual Healing they more than welcome.
There is no charge for our healing services, but if you feel we warrant a donation, it is very much appreciated and helps to keep Mexborough Spiritulaist Church open.
Any questions or queries on spiritual healing or practices are welcomed. You can drop in to Church for a chat, or telephone us, or via Facebook.
Mexborough Spiritualist Church’s Healing Supervisors are currently Sharon White, John Jones, Gill Graham,Gail Taylor, Maureen Gibson, Hilary Carlin, Alison Green. AlsoTraineeHealing Mediums working within the Church.