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CFSC maintains relationships with other Spiritualist and academic organizations in North America and Europe. Check out some of our friends!
Local and global Spiritualism
Arthur Findlay College
The Arthur Findlay College is the World’s foremost College for the advancement of Spiritualism and Psychic Sciences.
For more information see The Arthur Findlay College.
Association of Spiritual Healers of Alberta
Association of Spiritual Healers of Alberta (ASHA) is CFSC’s adjunct agency, which is responsible for certifying our Church’s Spiritual Healers.
ASHA is affiliated with The Healing Trust, National Federation of Spiritual Healers (NFSH) in the United Kingdom, which is one of the oldest non-denominational organizations in the English-speaking world for training Spiritual Healers. It uses a particular protocol to scan the aura, balance the chakras, improve the energy flow through both sides of the body, and to bring in specific and complex vibrations directed to the recipient by a Higher Intelligence. The hands of the healer are used as energy poles to direct the subtle energies but the healing itself always flows from a Divine Source.
CFSC’s Spiritual Healers are active Church members who are trained and certified by ASHA. They offer healing in the Sanctuary every Monday, Wednesday and Sunday. For more information see Services.
Spiritualist Church of Canada
Organizing and conducting courses and classes for spiritualistic instruction.
Providing for the education and licensing of fit and proper persons to act as authorized preachers, lecturers and demonstrators of the Religion of Spiritualism and for the ordination of pastors.
Assisting, promoting and uniting Spiritualist Churches, societies, organizations and persons across Canada into one general Spiritualist Church.
Organizing new churches, societies, missions and branches thereof, and to affiliate with other similar organizations in Canada and around the world.
For more information see Spiritualist Church of Canada.
Survival Research Institute of Canada
The primary purpose of the Survival Research Institute of Canada (SRIC) is to investigate whether some part of human consciousness or personality survives physical death and whether that surviving "spirit" is able to communicate with the living.
For more information see Survival Research Institute of Canada.
The Gateway Centre
Founded in 1986 in Calgary, Alberta, The Gateway Centre is a Spiritualist society open to everyone interested in Spiritualism and willing to tap into their spiritual and psychic energies.
For more information see The Gateway Centre.
The Healing Trust, National Federation of Spiritual Healers
The Healing Trust, National Federation of Spiritual Healers (NFSH) in the United Kingdom is the largest and oldest membership organization of Spiritual Healers in the UK. Founded in 1954, they strive to raise the standards and awareness of Spiritual Healing in the UK and overseas.
For more information see The Healing Trust.
University of Manitoba, Archives & Special Collections, Elizabeth Dafoe Library
In addition to being the largest library at the University of Manitoba, The Elizabeth Dafoe Library houses the Department of Archives and Special Collections, which includes university archives, manuscripts and rare books.
CFSC contributes annually to this archive and special collection to preserve historical information about our Church. The Elizabeth Dafoe Libary contains CFSC newsletters and information sheets from the 1990s onward, as well as materials from millennium celebrations and anniversary events. The library also including a history of the Church by Sally Jennings.
For more information see Elizabeth Dafoe Library.
University of Manitoba, Psychical Research and Spiritualism Collections
This summary from the University's web page explains the collection:
"The University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections has acquired a number of manuscript collections and rare books related to the study of these disciplines. The collections and books represented on these pages were chosen for the value of their information about matters of the occult and paranormal. Some collections have direct and immediately apparent relevance while others are connected peripherally to psychical research and spiritualism. Also included are links to photograph collections in this area of study."
For more information see University of Manitoba Psychical Research and Spiritualism Collections.