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In-person services each Sunday, and there is hands-on-healing, singing, the raffle for one dozen roses, and an optional hospitality after the service. Masks are encouraged at this time, but no longer required to be worn. Additionally, social distancing and mask wearing is advised. Please sanitize your hands periodically and remain mindful of personal air-space as an ongoing precaution. Thank you all for your continued support and attendance during the uncertain times.
Welcome to our Church. Our doors are open to everyone who wishes to participate in our services which consist of a lecture, laying-on-of-hands healing, and spirit communication. Spiritualism is a science, philosophy and religion based upon communication with the spirit world. We are guided by our Declaration of Principles.
The healing service during the Sunday service is "laying-on-of-hands" healing. This is contact healing where the designated healer's will put hands on the head, neck and shoulders only. Spirit guides and teachers work with the healer. The sitter should be willing to accept the healing and change whatever is necessary within his/her life to manifest perfect health.
Our Sunshine Committee Chairperson is Melissa Bernstein. If you are aware of any congregant ill or in the hospital, contact Melissa at her e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
From Points North: Route I-91-S to Exit 9, I-391. Take Exit 3 off of I-391, bear right at the fork, staying left at the light. Follow Granby Road up the hill, the church is on the right about 2 miles.
From Points South: Route I-91N to Exit 9, I-391. Take Exit 3 off I-391, bear right at the fork, staying left at the lights. Follow the street up the hill and the church will be on the right about 2 miles.
From Mass Turnpike: Exit 45, left off exit to end and right onto Montgomery Street to lights. Left onto Granby Road and straight ahead and the church will be about 2 miles on your left.
Below is a video of the old church The First Spiritualist Church of Springfield being moved to its new location.