This church is not a tourist attraction nor a church that would attract sightseeing activity unlike a cathedral with its soaring architecture. It is for regular meetings such as Sunday services (2.30pm; 7pm)where there is the usual hymn singing (standing), a reading from such books as the spiritual teachings of White Eagle (channelled via Grace Cooke medium for 40yrs from the 1930's on), overheads (spiritual messages from the friends & relatives of individuals attending) by a visiting medium with refreshments afterward. Other activities during the week occur eg Spiritual Healing & Development Circle (Mon, Tues 7.30pm; Weds 10am, 7.30pm); Clairvoyant Readings (Tues 10am) all starting up again Mon 3rd Feb 2014. The building has no redeeming features of note & services can be mundane as well as boring. Mediumship quality is variable and can be poor as well as 'enlightened & uplifting'. It is a lay church administered by committee. Noteworthy however is that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle laid the foundation stone over a 100yrs ago.
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