A new spiritualists centre for one of the UK’s biggest growing religions made its home in Manea this week.
The Spiritualists’ National Union (SNU) Pioneer Centre launched in the village on Monday in response to a rapid growth in spiritualism, now the country’s eighth largest religion.
Manea Pioneer Centre’s inaugural service was held at Manea Village Hall, with a spiritual healing and divine service led by president of the SNU, Minister David Bruton.
Founded by spiritualist medium and healer, Annie Seymour-Callow (chairman), Gary Callow (treasurer), Pat Canfield (secretary) and long-standing SNU Minister, Simone Keys, the centre will specialise in spiritual healing and be open to all interested in exploring their spiritual side and learning more about spiritualism.
Ms Seymour-Callow said: “We started offering spiritual healing in and around the village and found there was lots of people interested in trying it out and wanting to find out more. Though there’s currently SNU churches in Ely and Kings Lynn, there was nothing really local for the community.”
Divine services will be held every Sunday, including prayers, hymns, songs, and mediumship demonstrations, and open circle evenings will also be held at Manea Village Hall every Thursday.
For more information follow ‘Manea Pioneer Centre’ on Facebook, where updates on services and speakers will be posted.