Spiritualist Churches in Northamptonshire
SUNDAY Divine Service at 6pm
MONDAY at 7.30pm: (1st Monday) The Awareness Group,
TUESDAY at 7.30pm: Spiritual Healing Service.
WEDNESDAY at 7.30pm :(2nd Wednesday only) A Demonstration of Mediumship by a visiting medium,
SATURDAY at 7.30pm: (The last Saturday of the month) A Demonstration of Mediumship by a visiting medium
SATURDAYS From time to time special events are provided such as Day Workshops from 10.30am to 4.30pm,
Sunday Service 3 pm
Healing – Monday 7.00 pm Thursday 7.30 pm
Evening of Mediumship, Wednesday – Twice monthly, Please see Calendar for date
Open Circle, Wednesday – Twice monthly, Please see Calendar for dates
Entry is FREE
Clairvoyant evenings are held the first Thursday evening in the month and cost £5. (£2.50 for members
St John’s St, WELLINGBOROUGH, Northamptonshire, NN8 4LG
We hold a Divine Service every Thursday evening from 7.30pm – 9.00pm. All are welcome! Tea, coffee and biscuits are normally served after the service and spiritual healing is offered free of charge to anyone in need by one of our qualified practitioners but due to Covid, this part of our service is on hold until such time as we are given permission to resume hands-on services and refreshments again.
Clairvoyant evenings are generally held the first Thursday in the month starting at 7.30pm and cost £5 per person (£2.50 for Church members).
The church was opened by George & Kath Lambert in the Friends Meeting House which is owned by the Quakers. the exact date is uncertain but it was during the mid-70s. Sadly Kath was taken ill and died a short time after the Church was opened. Janet Chettle stepped in to help George run the Church. Healing took place at the same venue on Monday evenings.
Janet and George continued to run the Church together until 1989 when he sadly passed away. Richard Jeffrey then helped Janet in running the Church and eventually they married.
They continued running the church for some years with a break when Janet’s daughter became ill and died.
Unfortunately, Janet’s poor health led to the Church becoming closed again and it was Bob Riddle who picked up the reins and re-opened the Church by hiring a room at the Borstal. Eventually, it moved back to St. John’s Street where it continues today. In 2013, Bob retired, handing over the running of the Church to Alison Savage.
Alison resigned after several years.
Since 2018 the committee who are all fundamental in keeping the running of events each week is now Jasmine Bailey, Daphne Simmons, Rob Riddle, Richard Sears, Jaci Seabrook & Sasha Bentham who all volunteer their services to keep the doors of this wonderful church open