The First Spiritual Temple
March 31, 1848, is the established
founding date of the Modern Spiritualist Movement. No one doubts the
significance of this date; however, it represents but one link in a
wondrous chain of events which led to the rebirth of Ancient Spiritualism
within a modern world.
We want to share with you the
wonder and mystery of what Spirit was attempting to do and fulfill, not
simply on the evening of March 31, 1848, but prior to that fateful date and
up to more recent times.
Spiritualism belongs to all
people and to all religions. It is a gift of and for the SPIRIT, not of and
for any particular church body. We hope you enjoy these pages. Thank you
New Dispensation in Spiritualism:
Not just in Boston, the New Dispensation in Spiritualism was
a worldwide call, from Spirit, to uplift the work of Spirit and to help
guide Spiritualism away from simple phenomena to a greater understanding of
the universal and religious implications of Spirit communion and
Included is an exceptional
trance address, delivered through the mediumship of Mrs. E.R. Dyar to our
Church on March 29, 1885, in celebration of the Thirty-seventh
Anniversary of the Modern Spiritualist Movement.
the Pioneers: A series
of biographical sketches of some of the pioneer mediums, proponents, and
researchers of early Spiritualism who made a difference.
It All About? What,
exactly, are the differences between Spiritualism; Modern Spiritualism; the
Modern Spiritualist Movement; and a Spiritualist Church? Where does our
Church fit into this?
Questions on Spiritualism.
Here are 101 questions on Spiritualism and related areas of thought. How
many can you answer? All students of Spiritualism should know the answers
to these questions. Remember: an effective proponent is an informed
Did You Know?
Did you know that our Church
was intimately involved with and helped promote a national link for home
development circles? Instituted on October 16, 1884, the National Developing
Circle sought to link home circles from around the country for shared
dialogue, hints on mediumistic development, and a combined effort to help
strengthen the bond between the Earth plane and Spirit.
In 1891, the NDC began
publishing a monthly magazine, known as The Sower. Our Church was
very much involved in this magazine. This is why
our newsletter is called The Sower.
We are now rekindling that
concept with the inauguration of our Global Circle Link.