November Newsletter 2017

Events

Our mediums  

Join us on Sundays to welcome back several Dorset- based mediums. They will each offer their unique appreciation of Spiritualism and mediumship, giving you the opportunity to widen your understanding.

Looking back briefly to our October 1st  service a special thank you goes to Cynthia Tarrant and Ashley Oliver. They gave a great service when they stepped in at the very last minute to replace Lawrence Savill when his train had been cancelled due to a problem on the line.

Our next Special

Dan Clarke’s Evening of Clairvoyance, Friday 10th  November, 7.15pm for 7.30pm

Tickets £10, £8 (Members) are now on sale for this ever popular evening. Don’t miss out -see Fay/Enid to book.

Our Psychic Supper on Friday 13th October at 7pm.

This was a very enjoyable evening thanks to the input of all our lovely mediums and to Enid’s very hard work in organising everything, especially the food. Thank you all and to the committee members who helped. Sadly someone came in without paying which meant one meal had to be shared between two. To avoid this in future entrance will be by ticket only.

Thursday Beginners’ Development circle

Please note this is now full so cannot accept anyone else at the moment.

Christmas cakes

Jean has asked me to say unfortunately she won’t now be able to take orders for this year.

Our Christmas Carol service is on the horizon and, as always, I am looking for people who would like to participate with music or inspired writing. These are interspersed with the Carols, readings from The Aquarian Gospel and a clairvoyance demo.

Positive Pebbles

Did you see the woman who wants to spread Positivity? She is painting loving, uplifting messages on pebbles and leaving them around to bring some joy. That seems a lovely idea to me.

Victor Hugo

I was very intrigued when I first visited the house at Hauteville in Guernsey where he had spent his exile. We were shown the extraordinary designs he had created and heard how he had held séances there. (These could have predated those of the Fox sisters). Strangely on my second visit some 10 years ago the official French government guide said nothing of this and I wonder if it has been censored.

He wrote this and I came across it by chance while researching some French homework. It seems apt with Thanksgiving Day on 23rd November.

Thanksgiving has wings and flies to its destination.

Your prayer knows its way better than you do.

Read our full newsletter here: November 2017