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Church Services and Events

Sunday Divine Service is held every Sunday at 6.30pm.


Awareness Class every Monday at 7.30pm.


Spiritual Healing takes place every Thursday at 7.00pm


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"Believing in Community"

Belfast Spiritualist Church

"Believing in Community"

Spiritual Healing is not offered as an alternative to Orthodox medicine but is complementary to it. 

Spiritual Healing requires no faith or belief whatsoever on the part of the person seeking it. There is no requirement for the patient to have the same religious belief as that of the healer who is administering healing.

Spiritual Healing is not related to any one religion but is a common bond throughout all religions which all believe that God can heal.
The healer is merely a channel for the healing energy and as such can neither direct or influence its natural process in any way and the healer remains purely passive at all times.

 There are two types of healing in use in this country. These are "Contact Healing" where the healer places hands on or near to a person, and "Absent Healing" where the patient is not present in person but healing thoughts are directed to him. 

Contact healing uses neither massage nor manipulation, nor is a patient required to remove any clothing, other than maybe an overcoat or shoes. All Spiritualist Healers work in accordance with a strict code of conduct and are registered and approved by the Spiritualist's National Union. Approved healers are covered by a comprehensive insurance effected by the Union. This insurance cover permits the medical profession to prescribe healing or co-operate with healers without incurring any liability for the consequences of healing or a healer's acts. 

All registered approved healers have completed a written education course plus 100 weekly practical sessions supervised by the Church Healing Leader. Approved healers work within a legal framework supplied by the Spiritualist's National Union Healing Committee and are encouraged to continue their studies within the Union.

Training to become a healer is not taken lightly and requires considerable self-discipline to turn up regularly, week after week at the appointed time. It also requires dedication to attend calls from patients who cannot come to Church Healing Sessions. Spiritual Healers are well aware of the level of commitment that is required.

Our approved healers represent not only the Spiritualist's National Union and the Belfast Spiritualist Church, but also answer a calling from God to bring his healing to where it is needed. 

You are very welcome to come by and meet us any Thursday evening between 7pm and 9pm. You will receive individual attention from one of our experienced healers. All healing is professional and confidential. No appointment is required.

Alternatively you may just want to sit in the quiet taking in the wonderful healing energy which is often remarked upon by those who visit on our evenings of healing.