A Spiritualist is one who has
studied the evidence and knows our
personality, which is who we really
are, continues beyond "death" of the
physical body as part of the greater
reality and is able to communicate
with those of us still in the
Spiritualism is a way of life
based on the understanding that we
survive physical death and that,
through mediumship, we are able to
continue our relationship with loved
ones on the other side.
The Spiritualist Society is a
community in which like-minded
people may gather to share an
understanding of all things
Your financial support
of the society enables more people to know
the message that we do not die. It will also
help the society find a permanent gathering
What is Spiritualism?
Under all circumstances,
keep an even mind
A. J. Davis
Our society is affiliated with the
National Spiritualist Association of Churches
From the NSAC website:
Spiritualism is a common sense religion, one
of knowing and living. We accept all truths and
endeavor to prove their validity. Truths are
found in nature, in other religions, in
writings, in science, in philosophy, in Divine
Law and are received through spirit
Spiritualists believe that God or Infinite
Intelligence is ALL That Is, expressing through
all creation by love, light and law. Humanity,
the most complex of life on earth, reaches this
Divine Source through prayer, meditation,
listening to the inner awareness, and service.
Why service? Because every living thing is a
part of God, so as we serve life we also serve
the Higher Energies.
Life is consciousness - without consciousness
there is no existence. Consciousness is the
totality of one's thoughts, feelings, emotions
and impressions on the mind. The state of
thinking is how we create our consciousness.
Spiritualism teaches that through the Law of
Action/Reaction or Cause/Effect we take control
of our lives as we control our thoughts.
Positive thinking leads to happiness and assists
the individual to grow.
We cannot speak for other forms of Spiritualism,
but for us, it is more a life style than a
religion. Careful reading of the NSAC
Declaration of Principles will provide a
good overview of what we believe.