WELCOME TO SOLIDARITY SPIRITIST SOCIETY
Spiritual Studies, Talks, Spiritual Guidance and Healing
We have talks on Spiritism and also study Spiritist teachings. This provides a non-judgmental framework to aid and support an individual’s search for meaning in life, reasons for suffering, help find solutions for the problems they are facing and providing support by means of spiritual guidance, healing and prayer.
OPENING TIMES: Thursdays 7.45pm – 8.30pm
We have meetings all year round in which the Spirits’ Book by Allan Kardec is read, studied and discussed as a tool for self-realisation and self-improvement.
Thereafter, a short talk is given by a member of the group or by an invited speaker on various Spiritist subjects.
This is then followed by a short talk on a theme from the Gospel according to Spiritism, highlighting the relevance of Jesus’ teachings in our daily lives. This serves as a preparation for the spiritual healing that follows.
While parents or those who have children in their care are studying in one of the groups, their children can have fun with other little ones ranging in age from 3 to 9 years old. This group is supervised by experienced facilitators who introduce the children to the teachings of Jesus in a light hearted and loving environment by expressing their creativity through song, storytelling, plays, painting, artwork etc. One example is a play about Saul’s transformation into Paul through his meeting Jesus.
Every year, the Solidarity Spiritist Society group, works hard to fulfill our mission to our members and to society. Our core mission is to offer support in a variety of ways to those who come to the centre each week seeking help. We offer spiritual guidance to those who may be suffering with physical, psychological, emotional or spiritual issues.
In your benefit
"Help those who make mistakes;
your feet walk on the same ground,
and even if you possess the possibility
to correct them,
you have no right to censure them."
Chico Xavier, Christian Agenda
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