SERVICES

TRINITY SPIRITUAL CENTER
 
Our Regular Public Spiritual Service is known as the Spiritual Mass.  This resembles a regular Christian Church Service for the most part, but during which we have a  special time in which Our Mediums connect with the Spiritual World and pass on their messages to the Congregation. 
 
 
 You may be wondering what the Spiritual Mass is all about, or what it is like to attend so  let me explain it to you:
 
 
The Spiritual Mass Service opens with Opening prayers, at TrinitySpiritual Center the prayers that begin the Spiritual Mass are the Christian Our Father and the Prayer to Open a spiritual service.  They are here below:
 
Our Father who art in heaven,
hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come.
Thy will be done
on earth as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread,
and forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive those who trespass against us,
and lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom,
and the power, and the glory,
for ever and ever.
Amen.
 
 
 PRAYER (For the commencement of a meeting):
We beseech You, O Lord God, the All Powerful, to send us the good Spirits to help us and
take away all those who may induce us towards error; give us the necessary light so that we may
distinguish truth from falsity.
Remove too, the maleficent Spirits, be they incarnate or discarnate, who may try to launch
discord amongst us, and so turn us away from charity and love for our neighbours. If some of these
Spirits try to enter our ambient, do not allow them access to any of our hearts.
Good Spirits, you see fit to come and teach us, make us yielding to your counselling, turn us
away from all thoughts of selfishness, pride, jealousy and envy. Inspire us to indulgence and
benevolence towards our fellow beings, present or absent, friends or enemies; lastly, through the
sentiments with which we are animated, make us recognise Your beneficial influence.
To those Mediums You chose as transmitters of Your teaching, give awareness of their
mandate and the seriousness of the act they are about to practise, so they may perform this act with
the necessary fervour and meditation.
If at our meeting, there be any persons present driven by sentiments other than those of
goodness, open their eyes to the light and forgive them Lord, as we forgive them, for any evil
intentions they may harbour.
We ask especially that the Spirit of X…, who is our spiritual Guide, assist us and watch over
us.
After these prayers, we move forward to a Bible reading, or a reading of some other Spiritual or Inspirational  Text.  Sometimes a person’s testimonial will take the place of this portion of the service.
 
After this, we will make any necessary announcements about things going on at Trinity Spiritual Center.  We then proceed to some Spiritual Songs and Prayers.  Then we are ready for the message portion of our service.  At this time, the Spiritual Mass differs slightly from your normal Church Service.
 
At this point in the service, the Mediums begin to focus and make contact with the Spiritual world , and commence communicating the Messages of the Spirits, Guides, and dead to people present in the Congregation.  Some receive messages from loved ones on the other side, Spiritual Guides, advisement about their life or current issues and problems. Information from Spirits as to how to help themselves, healings, and many other spiritual blessings.  We have a variety of gifts within our Group of Mediums and thus are blessed to have Mediums who have all sorts of talents. 
 
After this point we do the closing prayers, as below:
7. PRAYER (For the closing of the meeting):
We give thanks to the good Spirits who have come to communicate with us, and implore
them to help us put into practise the instructions they have given, and also, that on leaving this
ambient, they may help us to feel strengthened for the practise of goodness and love towards our
fellow beings.
We also desire that Your teachings help all those Spirits who are suffering, ignorant or
corrupt, who have participated in our meeting and for whom we implore God’s mercy.
 
 

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