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Sunday Divine Service

Divine Service is held every Sunday at 6.30 pm. Everyone is very welcome. To find out who is on platform, please click on the link below.  

                         Who's on platform

Spiritual Awareness Class

The spiritual awareness class takes place every Monday evening at 7.30 pm. You will receive excellent teaching from our very experienced tutors. Admission £5

Healing Service

Spiritual healing takes place every Thursday evening at 7.00 pm. No appointment is necessary and everyone is welcome. 


Church Notices


Wearing of Masks 16/10/20

Under current Covid-19 restrictions, everyone must wear a mask when entering and exiting Sunday Divine Service.


24/09/20 - Development Circles, Awareness Class & Healing (ZOOM)

Due to the current situation in relation to Covid-19, the Church Committee has decided that circles, awareness class and healing still can't take place. The situation will be kept under review.

In the meantime, the committee has decided to begin development training for circle members on Zoom. Zoom has proved to be an excellent way of training and staying in touch by meeting safely online. It is hoped that these classes will begin in early October. All current Church Circle members who wish to take part, are asked to pass their email addresses to either their circle leader or Eamonn.


Church Services

Please note that due to current restrictions, numbers within the Church building will be limited. As a temporary measure, priority admission will be given to our regular church members and visitors. Admission can be arranged before attending by communicating with Church President, Pat James.


This is a very  important & temporary measure to ensure everyone's safety by monitoring and controlling numbers within the Church building. 


Development Circles, Awareness & Healing - 24/09/20

Healing, Awareness Class & Development Circles are under review and updates will be published in due course.




 Pastoral Care - Belfast Spiritualist Church


As a Church community we can provide pastoral care and support to our Church members. If you feel that you would benefit from pastoral care or you know of another member who would, then please let one of our team know. This is a totally confidential service. 


Spiritualists, perhaps more than many, appreciate the transformational power of communication. Our personal responsibility for each other is a vital principle. Declining physical, mental and emotional health, particularly during illness or achieving age, may prevent many Spiritualists from attending their church, be they congregation, medium, speaker or healer. Therefore it is important that we all become aware of our friends who may need our friendship



SNU Church Rules 2018

The SNU Church Rules 2018 have been issued by the SNU.


The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), agreed upon by the European Parliament and Council in April 2016, will replace the Data Protection Directive 95/46/ec in Spring 2018 as the primary law regulating how companies protect EU citizens' personal data. Companies that are already in compliance with the Directive must ensure that they’re compliant with the new requirements of the GDPR before it becomes effective on May 25, 2018.


Spiritual Wedding Ceremonies

If you are interested in having a spiritual wedding ceremony then please visit our ceremonies web site.

Belfast Spiritual Church has a sister site which promotes the full range of services that we provide not only to our Church members, but to the wider Northern Ireland community. We hope to raise funds which can be used to increase facilities within our Church for its members and visitors. We also hope to build on the high levels of training on spiritual development  and to invite well known local and UK mediums to assist our own Church mediums in serving our platform. 

Belfast Spiritual Weddings can be found at

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