Ayr Spiritualist Centre Website.
Welcome to Ayr Spiritualist Centres website.
On Sunday 28th May 2023, the medium for the evening will be:
Spiritual healing is available after the Sunday service, and an after class is normally on after the healing, this is where trainee mediums and centre mediums also provide proof of survival. Tea and Coffee is available in the kitchen after the service and everyone is welcome.
We have a Facebook page – Ayr Spiritualist Church SNU. If you care to join please add your request for acceptance.
There is an awareness and development class.
The class runs every Thursday evening starting at 7.00pm and costs £3.00. All money raised goes to the centre, to help to fund it. Spiritual healing is available from 7.00pm -7.30pm.
Saturday Sittings/Private Readings
There are Saturday sittings available, if you wish to book a sitting please contact a committee member at the centre or telephone Jean Murray (President) on 01292 282306
The sittings start at 11.00am, the last sitting will be at 1.10pm.
The cost of a sitting is £10.00, and lasts about 20 minutes.
All the money raised goes to Ayr Spiritualist Centre, to help keep the centre open.
Please keep checking the website and our Facebook page for updated information.
Mediums at the centre May 2023
28th May – Isobel Cree
4th June – Julie Pessall
11th June – Sally Buxton
Spiritual healing is available on Thursday evening, starting at 7.00pm. It is also available on Sunday evening after the Sunday service.
Spiritualists’ National Union (SNU) Healing
(Taken from the SNU website).
The Spiritualists’ National Union (SNU) defines Spiritual Healing as ‘a form of healing by the use of forces and energies from God channelled through the spirit world and a Spiritualist healing medium by the laying on of hands on the body or prayer or the direction of thought from a distance.
SNU Healing Mediums carry out healing in accordance with the philosophy and teachings of Spiritualism. All SNU Healing Mediums are subject to the rules and regulations of the SNU. They work in accordance with the ‘SNU Healing Code of Conduct’ issued by the SNU. They also have an understanding of the legal implications and undergo practical and theoretical training, which takes a minimum of one year to complete and which covers subjects as diverse as: greeting the patient; understanding the source of the healing energy; and how to administer it, as well as understanding the law in relation to healing. There is a tendency for people to think that Spiritual Healing is effective only owing to the faith or belief of the person requesting this form of healing. This is not true.
Spiritual Healing requires no faith or belief whatsoever on the part of the person seeking healing. Nor is it necessary for a person to have the same belief as that of the Healing Medium administering the healing. For example, a child, animal or someone in a coma does not know what faith or belief is – and yet they receive, and can benefit from, Spiritual Healing in the same way as anyone else. The only requirements that are helpful are that a person should be aware of their own well-being and that they continue any medical treatment that has been prescribed for them by their GP, as Spiritual Healing is a complementary therapy.
The actual healing itself is one of a spiritual nature and this has an effect on all levels: mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritual. The Healing Medium often has no prior knowledge of the patient’s state of health or why the patient has come for treatment, yet often the healing is beneficial to that condition.
About Ayr Spiritualist Centre SNU Healers.
All our SNU healers are certified and trained through the SNU and adhere to the SNU strict Code of Conduct. Each of our Healers hold an up to date accreditation card issued by the SNU, which certifies their name, registration number and photograph.
All the spiritual healers at our centre are approved by the Spiritualist National Union. They are all Insured through the Spiritualist National Union. We also have a trainee healing medium (who is overseen and supervised by an approved healing medium) who is currently working towards full accreditation.
Kilmarnock Church is currently closed due to a water leak, because of this there are two SNU trainee healing mediums and an SNU Healing medium from Kilmarnock Church who are attending the centre on a regular basis to give Spiritual Healing after the Sunday service. We welcome them to our centre so they can continue their training.
The centre has recently installed a bannister up the steps at the front entrance to the centre.
We also have portable ramps allowing disabled access to the centre. People can come along on the day and ask a committee member who will arrange for the ramps to be made available, or contact 01292 282306 who will arrange for the ramps to be made available.
This week know that happiness is by choice not by chance.
All good wishes,
The Ayr Spiritualist Centre Committee