First Spiritualist Temple of East Aurora
The following is a listing of ongoing classes at the First Spiritualist Temple.
The church 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.
First and third Mondays of the month at 7 p.m. Bring your questions for an open discussion of thoughts and ideas.
Topics are decided each month. Check out the bulletin board in the dining hall for the list of topics.
The First Spiritualist Temple is proud to announce that Children’s Lyceum, our Sunday School, has returned. Carol Panzarella will lead Sunday School for children of all ages, on Sundays from 11-11:30 a.m., during the first portion of the worship service. Parents who have questions or would like additional information may contact Carol or any member of the Pastoral Committee.
NATURAL LAW AND PHILOSOPHY DISCUSSION GROUP
Thursdays at 7 p.m. Led by Gladys Kellerman. The class discusses the book "The Worldwide Laws of Life" by John Marks Templeton.
PIONEERS OF SPIRITUALISM
This class has been postponed until Spring 2018.
This four- to six-week 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. Please ask about our next class!
BEGINNER MEDIUMSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Led by The Rev. Jennifer Priel Neumann, NST. This class is open to those who have taken Spiritualism 101. The class began March 13. Please see Jennifer for more details and to sign up.
How to prepare and deliver a Spiritualist sermon, led by Jeanne Phoenix Laurel. This class will be offered in early summer 2018.
Cheryl Ziccardi will lead a healing class in late spring and early summer.