The First Spiritualist Church of Brockton has been a part of spiritualism since 1886 and is a member of the National Association of Spritualist Churches. We have a long tradition of living the principles of Spiritualism. Our community comes from different backgrounds; what we have in common is the belief in the continuity of life. The change called death is not an end it is a progression to the higher side of life. Through our worship and education and investigation we strive to gain more understanding of the Natural Laws of the world in which we live.
Spiritualism is a Science, Philosophy and Religion based on the belief of the continuity of life. We demonstrate this through mediumship.
The Brockton Spiritualist Church supports and encourages the spiritual growth of our members by offering hands on healing, lectures, and mediumship to our congregation and community. Our goal is to maintain an environment that fosters the spiritual growth of the individual. We are a diverse group of individuals who find support in sharing the Philosophy of Spiritualism with like minded people.
10:00 AM TO 11:30 AM
FROM SEPTEMBER THROUGH JUNE
WE HAVE NO SERVICES IN JULY AND AUGUST
OUR SERVICES INCLUDE READINGS, LECTURES,
HEALING SERVICE AND MESSAGES FROM OUR LOVED ONES ON THE SPIRIT SIDE OF LIFE
CANCELLATIONS due to weather, we are now on the RI Broadcasters information sites, please tune into your local Television station, or listen to your local radio station. Check our facebook page First Spiritualist Church for updates.
The Church Mission Statement
The first Spiritualist Church of Brockton supports and encourages the spiritual growth of individuals through the presentation of the Science, Philosophy and Religion of Spiritualism by offering healing, lectures and mediumship services to our congregation and community.
Our goals are to organize and maintain an environment which fosters the spiritual growth of our members and community, and to encourage and assist those members who aspire towards service to Spiritualism by providing financial and class support for the training necessary for NSAC certifications and ordination.
From Boston:Route 24 to Route 44 West exit. Follow route 44 west for about 15 miles. Large white building on the left hand side at the intersection of Routes 44 & 118 in Rehoboth.
From the Cape : Follow the Boston directions.
From Fall River: Take Rt. 6 or 195 E to the Swansea Mall exit. The access road to the mall is Rt 118. Follow Rt118 for about 10 miles to the intersection of Rts 118 & 44 in Rehoboth.
From Providence: Follow Rt 44 east directly to the junction of Rts 44 & 118. OR Take Rt 195 E to exit 1 in Mass. Take a left off the exit and follow Rt 114 A North to Rt. 44. Take a right onto Rt 44 and follow to the junction of Rts 44 & 118.