|About||Spiritualist centre in Scotter, North Lincs, offering a wide range of mediumship demonstrations, spiritual workshops, talks, mediumship classes and healing. Our motto is "Open Hearts, Open Minds".|
|Description|| Not-for-Profit Spiritualist centre in Scotter, North Lincs, offering a wide range of mediumship demonstrations, spiritual workshops, talks, mediumship classes and healing. Our motto is "Open Hearts, Open Minds".
We hold mediumship demonstrations every week, usually on a Sunday at 7pm - occasionally on a Saturday. Full details for each week will be posted on Facebook and on the website. Admission is £2 per person on the door, unless otherwise stated. Everyone is welcome to stay after the demonstration for the weekly raffle and free refreshments; our mediums are encouraged to stay behind if they wish to answer questions, enjoy a chat or to take bookings for private readings etc.
Every two-three months we plan to hold at least one "open platform night", where members of the audience may work with spirit themselves if they feel able, and at least one "fledgling night" for those who have attended and completed our development course.
As well as mediumship demonstrations of many different kinds, we also hope to be hosting talks and demonstrations on other spiritual topics, including different kinds of healing and therapies, shamanism, divination, hypnosis and angels.
Regular full or half day workshops will be held every two to three weeks on a Saturday, hosted by a wide variety of guest speakers/trainers/facilitators, covering all aspects of mediumship, spiritual development, divination and related topics.
A weekly open circle and healing evening will take place, day of the week and location as yet undecided.
For more information, contact either Jon or Nikki Harper via Facebook, the website, [email protected] or on 01724 761404.
The Eau Community Centre is on Scotter High Street, just past the shops, on the left set up some steps at the junction with Church Lane as you go up the hill towards the primary school and village hall. There are some parking bays in Church Lane (a small culdesac), and plenty of on-road parking outside and around the centre. There is a
|Founded||Jon and Nikki Harper|