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WELCOME ALL

South Auckland Spiritualist Church of New Zealand. SCNZ

We teach meditation, spiritual healing, spiritual development, and train people to become mediums. Our goal is to provide an opportunity for people to become more aware of their spiritual nature, to improve their skills in coping with everyday issues, and help them overcome the big obstacles then they are faced with them. 

We can also help people develop a connection with spirit, and teach (and freely offer) spiritual healing.We all have the gift to connect to the other side. The strength and accuracy of your connection depends on your consistency to take the time and effort to develop these skills. 

 

 

                     

 

READING DAY

Saturday 4th Nov 2017 10.30am-3pm

• Spiritual Mediumship Reading -

find peace, healing and upliftment as the medium bridges a connection with you and a loved one from spirit.

Mediums for the day are Matthew Tod, Susan Kirker, Karena

Dixon, Robert Smith, Maria Heke.

 

• Trance or Reiki healing –

with Lisa Coates. Experience a state of peace and well-being as the Energy encourages one to let go of all tension, anxiety, fear, or other negative feelings.

 

• Spiritual Artistry –

Drawings from spirit with Davene an experienced artist and medium.

 

• Spiritual healing is also freely available on request.

 

Ticket options (all sessions are 20 minutes)

Option one (Any one session) – members $20, non-members $30

Option two (Any two sessions) – members $30, non-members $40

Option three (Any three sessions) – members $50, non-members $60

information on option 4 please email: events@spiritualgrowth4U.com

Payment: All bookings must be pre-paid and email your choice to

events@spiritualgrowth4U.com. Internet banking account: 06 0197 0037869 – 00

reference your name and option 1, 2,3 or 4. Door tickets are cash sales only. Free

parking is available in the parking lot in the rear of the centre on Charles St.