Events Explained

Sunday Service:  We invite a guest medium each week who will give an address and demonstrate their ability to communicate with Spirit.
Our doors open at 6pm for a 6:30pm start.  The order of service starts with a 2 minutes silence to relax and ease away the previous weeks stresses and strains.  This is followed by a hymn and an opening prayer followed by the Lords Prayer.  We then sing our Healing Hymn which is followed by another couple of minutes silence to send out our thoughts to all those we know who may be in need of  healing.  This will be followed by a short reading from the Chairperson, or any other volunteer,  followed by our third hymn.  The visiting Medium will then give their address, after which we sing our fourth hymn.  The Medium will then work for approx 1/2 – 3/4 hour giving messages to many of the congregation.  During our last hymn any free-will offering you may wish to donate will be collected.  All this will be followed by a relaxing cup of tea or coffee, a biscuit and a chat.

Saturday Clairvoyance Evenings:  We invite a guest medium who will demonstrate their ability to communicate with Spirit.
Doors open 7pm for 7:30pm start.  These evenings often start with a hymn to lift everyones spirits followed by an opening prayer.  The visiting Medium will then work Clairvoyantly giving messages to many of the congregation for approx 1  1/4 hours.  Followed by refreshments.  These evenings are for entertainment only.

Psychic Suppers:   These are usually held on a Friday evening and are ticket only events.  Tickets available for 30 places only.  We have 6 people to a table with one Medium.  Throughout the evening the Medium will give each person a 15 minute reading which will be followed by a ploughmans supper (subject to change occassionally) with hot beverages served at approx 9pm.  Book early, tickets go fast!

Cream Teas:  An afternoon cream tea consists of a guest Medium giving messages to the congregation for 45 minutes followed by a cream tea of sandwiches, cream/jam scone and cake with tea or coffee.  After the tea the Medium will work for a further 45 minutes.  This event is to be pre booked and payment made at time of booking please.  To book a place either email or see a committee member in church.

Flower Services:  We invite a guest medium  who will give an address and demonstrate their ability to communicate with Spirit through flowers. For the Flower Service, bring a flower, weed, leaf or anything that you feel drawn to.  Ensure no one but yourself touches the flower.  Our visiting Medium will then use the flower to read any possible messages.  Followed by refreshments.

Harvest Festival Service:  We invite  a guest medium who will give an address and demonstrate their ability to communicate with Spirit.  This is as a normal Sunday Service held in the autumn where afterwards we hold an auction of perishable and non perishable goods.  Any donations for this auction will be gratefully received. (Please bring all perishable goods on the evening). Followed by refreshments.

Day of Private Readings:  This day consists of 2 or 3 Mediums coming for the day and giving a 25 minute reading at half hourly intervals throughout the day.  To book a time to see the Medium of your choice please email or see a committee member in church.  Payment for this event is at time of booking by cash, cheque or bank transfer.

Carol ServiceWe invite  a guest medium who will give an address and demonstrate their ability to communicate with Spirit.  The Carol Service is usually held the last Sunday before Christmas, which will be followed by a hot beverage, mince pie and Stollen cake.  Any donations to our Christmas raffle will be gratefully received any time leading up to the service.  We start to sell raffle tickets for this service at the beginning of December.  If anyone buys tickets but can’t be there on the night, any prizes will be kept for them.  The unclaimed winning numbers will also be placed on this site on the Notices page, so if your number is there please contact us.

 


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