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Did You Know . . . We have a big event to look forward to this July 6th? It is called 2019–Under 59 Symposium . We are going to sponsor a major symposium on JULY 6, 2019, FROM 9-5 P.M. at the Pendergast Learning Center, Indian School and 91st Ave. (Just east of 101). What is this about? For years, at the NSAC Convention, we hear the NSAC Planning and Development Committee talk about the future of NSAC, and almost exclusively they talk about financial planning, leaving some benefice to the NSAC and how to do it, and the means of strengthening our investments. I believe we need to talk to the important element of our future—our younger members. In our religion, younger members include anyone under 60. Granted, it is hard to know where to draw that line, but we need to draw it somewhere, so we drew it at 59 and under. This symposium is intended to bring together members of NSAC 59 and under to talk about their future. Three under 59’ers have volunteered to plan the event, and we will sponsor it. OH! DID I HEAR YOU WANTED TO ATTEND?? Well, you can if you happen to be 60 or older! Those young ‘uns don’t always know a whole lot, so we will have a second group of seasoned NSAC members who will be available for information and advice. We won’t mix with the younger group, but we’ll be having our own group. The cost? Nothing. Unless you want lunch ($13 +tip). And we might ask you to pick someone up from the airport or something like that. This event is open to any NSAC member. July 6, 2019.

Pastor : Rev. Dr. Norma J. Turner NST

Many people have never heard of Spiritualism. Exactly what is it?


Spiritualism is a religion rooted in the history of civilization since before the Assyrians, Babylonians, Egyptians, and Greco-Roman society. Attempts to communicate with spirit have been recorded since early times whether through dreams or priestesses or various forms of divination. Modern Spiritualism was developed in the middle of the 19th century and spread rapidly following the Civil War into the 20th century. Over the years, Spiritualism has weathered the storms of history, but remains a movement that is now becoming more evident as the public opens its minds and hearts to the presence of others around us who are not in human form.


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The Spiritualist Living Center is a member of the National Spiritualist Association of Churches, the oldest and largest of the Spiritualist Associations in America. We define Spiritualism as a Science, a Philosophy, and as a Religion. A Spiritualist is one who believes, as the basis of his or her religion, in the communication between this and the Spirit World by means of mediumship and who endeavors to mold his or her character and conduct in accordance with the highest teachings derived from such communication. As such, mediumship, healing, and the phenomena of Spiritualism, including clairvoyance, trance work, automatic writing, and any other manifestation proving the continuity of life are part of Spiritualism as are the commitment and dedication to love, compassion, and service seen in the lives of our members.  –Rev. Dr. Norma J. Turner, NST

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