The Committee have discussed all aspects of what is required by the government guidelines for churches, and taken in to consideration that many members of the congregation, and committee, fall in to the vulnerable adults group. We have decided that we will open, in the first instance, only our Sunday evening service. (6.30pm start)

The chairs will be laid out to ensure proper distancing, but this will restrict our capacity to 30 persons. We will not provide tea/coffee, but you are welcome to bring your own drinks if you wish – and take them away after.

Personal protective equipment (PPE) will be provided as you enter the church, and track and trace will be in operation. Please follow any guidance you are given.

If this is successful we will work toward re-starting our other activities.

We are looking forward to welcoming you back.

We are reviewing are arrangements so that we can open our doors to you all again soon.

But as things are we cannot comply with regulations that will make your visit safe, we are hoping to be up and running again within the next two months (at the time of writing that is early November) – although we can’t guarantee anything.

In the mean time stay safe – and be kind.

Our web site, havantspiritualistchurch.com , is up to date with all the speakers to the end of April (subject to short notice changes, of course)

The Annual General Meeting is on Sunday 15th March, after the service, everyone is welcome to attend, only members can vote on any motions.

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Our special Wednesday Alternative Evenings are:
26 Feb, 11 and 25 March, 8 and 22 April
– these are events when you get to question the speaker, and discussions are encouraged. Demonstration of mediumship is included.

We look forward to seeing you.

Thanks for your patience! The list of speakers for January and February 2020 is now ready.

Please visit our speakers page for details, including dates for the ALTERNATIVE EVENINGS, when you get to find out more about Spiritualism, and a change to ask questions of the guest speaker.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Our list of speakers for 2020 is still being finalised and the web site will be updated as soon as the information is available, but in the mean time our schedule is back to normal with:

Sunday – 18.30 – Service of worship (3rd Sunday of the month is a healing service)
Tuesday – 13.30 to 15.30 – Healing available
Wednesday – 19.30 – Service of worship (Every other week is an Alternative service, with Q&A and a lively debate – 19.15 start)
Thursday – 18.30 to 19.45 – Healing available
Thursday – 20.30 to 22.00 – Beginners Circle – all welcome
Last Saturday of the month – 10.00 to 12.00 – Coffee Morning with private readings and healing available.

We look forward to seeing you.

Speakers up to the end of October have been added to the web site, so you can add them to your diary. No excuse for missing an evening now!

( http://havantspiritualistchurch.com/speakers-for-the-month )

Our web page has been updated with the speakers visiting through August.

Dates for your diary can be found on the ‘Speakers’ page at:

havantspiritualistchurch.com

Now you can plan your visits right up to the summer holidays!

Visit our web site to see when your favourite speaker will be at Havant Spiritualist Church. We have plenty of Alternative evenings – these are the time when you get to ask questions of the speaker, to get the answers that you are seeking, evenings of discussion and learning – and on 1 June we have an OPEN DAY when we invite everyone to come in and find out about who we are, and what we do, and have a cuppa and a chat in an informal atmosphere.

Visit havantspiritualistchurch.com for lots more info

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Now’s the chance to get your diaries up to date! Our web site has speakers listed to the end of April.

Get on over to Havant Spiritualist Church site and see when your favourite medium is there!

Check out the dates for Alternative Evenings, too!

clip_image002It’s a been a while since the last post … how’s that for a pun.

It was only yesterday that buglers sounded The Last Post in ceremonies of remembrance across the United Kingdom. But the last post on this web site was in September.

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Minister Bruton at Havant with our own Minister, Alan Baker

Yesterday, Spiritualism was represented at the Cenotaph for the first time. Minister David Bruton, President of the SNU, attended and joined with members of 15 other religions. Read the report here.

For my thoughts on our annual ceremonies, please visit our ‘Thought for the Week’ page. No response is required or expected, just some inner contemplation.