The following is a listing of ongoing classes at the First Spiritualist Temple.
The Temple also offers special workshops, which are listed on the EVENTS page.
Classes in BLUE below are informal classes with no prerequisites, and regular attendance is not generally required. Classes in GREEN are more formal and generally require regular attendance and commitment. Please see the instructor or a board member with any questions.
On hiatus until September. Led by Jeanne Phoenix Laurel.
Bring your questions for an open discussion of thoughts and ideas. Topics are decided each month.
THE PHILISOPHY OF SPIRITUALISM
Thursdays, 6:30-8 p.m., beginning July 15. In person and via Zoom. Led by Darlene Feskun.
This class is for those considering membership and who want to learn more about the religion and how the church and National Spiritualist Association of Churches operates. There is no obligation to become a member by taking the class. This class is required before taking healing or mediumship classes. New class will be held beginning in August. See Darlene for details.
Led by Cheryl Ziccardi. Prerequisites: Spiritualism 101 and church membership.
The art of writing and presenting a Spiritualist sermon. Led by Jeanne Phoenix Laurel. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Next class began June 15 and will meet most Tuesdays through August.
THE NINE PRINCIPALS OF SPIRITUALISM
Sundays, July 11, 18 and 25, 9-10:30 a.m., in-person only. Led by Tom Schickling.
Wednesdays, July 7-August 8, 7-8:30 p.m. Led by Andrew Bozeman. The cost is $90 for all six sessions or $15 per session.
Prerequisites: Spiritualism 101 and church membership. Next class will begin Wednesday, Sept 8, and will be held Wednesday evenings beginning at 7 p.m. Sign-up sheets are available after Sunday services.
Upcoming workshop led by Andrew Bozeman. Dates and times to be determined. Sign-up sheets are available after Sunday services.
MORRIS PRATT STUDY GROUP
For those currently enrolled or who have questions about the Morris Pratt Course of study. Please see Beverly Burke or Lynette Lex for details.