The Committee of  Liverpool Spiritualist Church, will always endeavour to extend a warm hand of friendship to anyone who enters the Church, regardless of race, colour, religion or sexuality.  We respect all opinions, and would like to think you will be able to respect ours too.  

We are very proud of our lovely, vibrant, giving community. We love the energy and passion each and every person brings with them into our church – helping us grow and develop.


In line with the Spiritualists’ National Union, we have adopted ‘The Seven Principles of Spiritualism’ which are …
1.   The Fatherhood of God.
2.   The Brotherhood of Man.
3.   The Communion of Spirits and the Ministry of Angels.
4.   The Continuous Existence of the Human Soul.
5.   Personal Responsibility.
6.   Compensation and Retribution hereafter for all the good and evil deeds done on

7.   Eternal progress open to every Human Soul.



The format in our church is usually two-fold ……
1)   Services or events, featuring an invited ‘Medium’, who ‘links in’ and relays
from the Spirit World to members of the congregation. There is
nothing to be afraid
of,  as it is all done in an atmosphere of Love & Light.
2)  ‘Spiritual Healing’ sessions, where a Healing Medium acts as a ‘channel’. Healing
       energies are requested by the Healer, then directed from the Spirit World,
through the Healer and relayed to the patient. Note! All our Healing
Mediums are
  insured and registered with the S.N.U. Healing Committee.


The Church has an area as you enter the building, where refreshments are Available (at a reasonable charge) before every service and in the case of Extravaganzas, during the interval as well and we respectfully ask that you do not bring food or drinks into the Church.  The very small profit we make from the drinks, go towards cleaning the carpet, which has become badly stained from spilled drinks. We also have a gift shop and raffle, with all profits going to the building maintenance fund.
Liverpool Spiritualist Church has wheelchair access and toilet facilities for the disabled. Please ask at the main doors and we will ease your entrance into the building.