As we chart our way through the uncertain times presented to us by the Coronavirus pandemic, it’s easy to feel isolated. With all SNU Spiritualist churches understandably closed under Government safety instructions, all our routines are severely disrupted. For many of us, coming to church is an important part of our lives, but for the time being this isn’t possible.
What is possible, however, is staying connected to Spiritualism. Here’s how…
For over a decade, the Spiritualists’ National Union has had an online branch, called SNUi. During the lockdown it has opened up a number of activities to everyone, and not just its members. These include:
- A weekly Divine Service (Sundays)
- A weekly Healing Service (Fridays)
- Special demonstrations and lectures
All these are accessed on your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone using the Zoom video conferencing facility, and are free to join. So far they have been joined by hundreds of people from around the world, creating a virtual community to fight isolation.
To find out the current programme of free online events, and how to easily access them, visit the SNUi website here. You can also become a member of SNUi, and get access to hundreds of workshops, lectures, demonstrations, services, and tuition throughout the year.
At Westbury Park we are looking forward to the day when we can safely open again, but until then, #SpiritualismOnline remains a great option to stay connected! You can find other updates and information about the wider Spiritualist movement at snu.org.uk
Stay at home, stay safe, stay connected!