The Seaford Spiritualist Church
PLEASE NOTE: Seaford Railway Crossing Works (19th August to 28th September)
It has come to our attention that there will be road closures around the two train crossings at Seaford Station until 28th September 2018. To access our hall you will now need to travel along Nepean Hwy and enter into Station Street. For further details on the closure and bus replacement points please go to:
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Our aim at the Seaford spiritualist church is to offer understanding and evidence of the spirit realms by way of our platform workers each fortnight. Our mediums offer proof of survival after the physical body has passed away.
We also extend our hand in knowledge of the subtle realms of life and as such we have guest speakers who offer both wisdom and understanding of the spirit realms, both by trance communication connecting to spirit guides and allowing the sharing of information from the spirit realms, and personal experience as seekers of our own individual journeys of enlightenment.
Spiritualism is a progressive philosophy; we adhere to no fixed doctrine or article of faith. Each spiritualist is expected to believe in that which is based on verifiable fact and personal experience.
We have no fixed creed but the majority of spiritualists accept the following:
- Creative divine spirit of the universe that we call god.
- Unity of all created beings
- Communion of spirits and ministering guides
- Continuous existence of life beyond the veil of death
- Communication between incarnate and disincarnate spirits
- Personal responsibility for all our actions on earth
- A path of eternal progress open to all souls
- The Seaford Spiritualist Church Inc. Is an affiliated church the The Victorian Spiritualist Union.
The History of the VSU
William H. Terry, a bookshop and healthstore owner in Collins Street, Melbourne founded the Victorian Spiritualist Union (VSU) in 1870. The church commenced with 25 founder members and has grown to a membership of over 400. The VSU has a number of affiliated churches throughout Australia, each having thier own membership.
The VSU is recognized as a religious institution by the Australian Goverment and is permitted to perform Child and Adult Namings, Weddings, Funerals, Dedications and Ordinations. The VSU has Ministers who can perform these ceremonies.
The two interconnected triangles represent the relationship between incarnate and disincarnate spirits, this world and the next. The gold triangle represents spirit shining light into the darker astral and our world, while the blue triangle represents the progress and spiritual growth that we can make with the knowledge that comes with this light from the higher spheres.
Seaford Spiritualist Church
We extend Our Hand In Fellowship To All Seekers