MSSAC 2020 Annual State Convention is Canceled due to Covid-19
The Board of Directors of the Maine State Spiritualist Association of Churches (MSSAC) will schedule the business meeting at some future date per NSAC and NSAC Parliamentarian recommendations
Please join us for the MSSAC Memorial service that has been moved ONLINE hosted by the Augusta Spiritualist Church June 7, 2020 10.30 am.
Visit www.augustaspiritualistchurch.org/join-in to register
Do you have Spirit visitors?
Do you feel your loved ones watch over you?
Do you have psychic abilities and wish to develop them into mediumship?
Do you wish to develop as a Spiritual Healer?
If so then the Religion of Spiritualism may be for you.
This is the Home Page of the Maine State Spiritualist Association of Churches (MSSAC) which is a hierarchical Auxiliary of the National Spiritualist Association of Churches (NSAC). Although we are affiliated with NSAC the goals are similar to other Spiritualist organizations around the world.
Our Maine State Association has been meeting for over a hundred and twenty years and was incorporated in 1907.
As you browse this site and the links on the pages you may come across some topics or offerings that are not actually part of the recognized teachings of NSAC Spiritualism. Since the Objects of Spiritualsim include the spiritual and secular welfare of mankind classes or workshops are occassionally offered on topics outside of NSAC Spiritualism for exploration with the community.
In addition to Churches in Portland (Westbrook), Newport, Augusta and Bangor, Maine has an incredible history for Spiritualism since three of the first camps in the United States were established here. They were Camp Etna, Madison Camp and Temple Heights Spiritual Association (Northport) and although Camp Etna is no longer a member of NSAC it is an honor to recognize them as they still conduct camp seasons for Spiritualist gatherings.
This site is a living, changing element that embodies the love and energy of Spiritualists and spiritual seekers to share information, resources and activities of Auxiliaries here in Maine.
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