It’s nearly September, the summer comes and goes, and the new speakers list is on the web site.

An interesting month for our visitors:

Alternative evenings on 7th and 21st – as usual, bring your questions, a friend, an open mind, and £3 to get in.

Fledglings go for it on 14th – come and support those early on their pathway

Our Open Day on Saturday 17th – our doors are open all day, and we welcome everyone. Come and talk to us and find out more about Spiritualism – lots of things to see and do – and there’s tea and biscuits, too!

Saturday 24th is Coffee Morning – tea, coffee, biscuits (cake if you are lucky), and a chat – also mini readings with Minister Alan Baker.

We look forward to meeting you (and, of course, greeting old friends)

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I’ve just posted the list of July speakers on the web site, so nip across and have a look.

We have our special ALTERNATIVE Wednesdays on 13th and 27th, and a coffee morning on 30th.

If you have questions, then our alternative evenings will give you the chance to get answers. Bring a friend, bring £3 each for entry and a cuppa, but most important, bring an open mind.

Be there.

Alternative Wednesday – 1st June – Gemma Oliver
Beetle Drive – 11th June – that’s a Saturday
Alternative Wednesday – 15th June – Janet Emilymae
Fledglings – Wednesday 22nd June
Coffee morning – Saturday 25th June
Alternative Wednesday – 29th June – Andy Ford

Three Alternative Wednesdays in one month? Flamin’ June!

Visit the web site for more information

 

Our web site is now up to date with speakers for June. Skip on over to have a read.

http://havantspiritualistchurch.com

Our web site is up to date with the latest dates / speaker list.

Go check it out – http://havantspiritualistchurch.bravesites.com

Tonight our speaker is Terry Tregear, and on Wednesday,our Alternative evening, we will have, for the first time at Havant, Jay Love, from the Isle of Wight. Make sure you get there early to get a seat – bring a friend, and an open mind. This is when your questions can be answered. Entry is £3 on the door.

Another evening to look forward to is 11 June 2016, when we will be holding a Beetle Drive and Supper evening. More details to follow.

Our monthly Healing for the World meditation evening has been cancelled.

 

Alternative Wednesdays for April are 6th and 20th. As usual the evening starts at 7:15, it costs £3 on the door, and this includes your half-time cuppa. Bring a friend, your questions, and an open mind. It’s an evening when you can get your questions answered.

And it was the AGM, so there are some new faces on the committee, so hopefully they can bring some positive actions, too.

We are looking forward to a new season – keep visiting for event news.

A reminder that this Wednesday (24/2/2016) is an Alternative evening. These are the evenings where audience participation is part of the proceedings.

It is an evening where you can bring your questions, debate with the speaker, and hopefully learn more about Spiritualism, and yourself. Our speaker for the evening is Bill Roberts.

Bring a friend, and an open mind – and we look forward to seeing you.

(£3 on the door – and that includes a cuppa at half time)

Last night we were short of a speaker, so we thought it would be an ideal time to try out one of the SNU’s new-style services. (see snu.org.uk for full details)

For sometime there has been great debate about falling numbers attending the services. The conclusion is that the traditional service is outdated and unpopular with younger people. The SNU have designed some templates for bringing new ideas to church.

Last night we used the theme of Evolution. Not the evolution of Man or other species, but the evolution of the soul, and the thoughts that drive us. I won’t go on about how the service went, except to say that it was a lighter, more spiritual evening. There was less of the old style religiousness, and more focus on our own spirituality.

We will be having more services in this vein. As a short notice experiment – a success. Thanks to Minister Alan Baker for jumping in the deep end and running with the idea.

Full of Christmas pudding, turkey, and stuffing? You need to have an ALTERNATIVE diet – just for one night.

Wednesday 30 December is our last Alternative evening of the year. We’ll be at the church from 7pm ready for a 7.15pm start. Bring a friend, and bring an open mind, everyone is welcome.

Entry, on the door, is £3 – worth every penny!