St Michael’s will reopen on the 3rd January 2017.
As you walk up the pathway to the front door of St Michael’s The Sanctuary, it is possible to see and sense that you are approaching somewhere out of the ordinary, for this is not a traditional church.
On crossing the threshold of this 200 year old building, you are met with a feeling of warmth and welcome, for you are entering a place where respect and acceptance for the individual is of great importance to us all.
St Michael’s The Sanctuary is a church of Universal Truth. It is non-denominational, and therefore it is not limited to the beliefs of any particular religion or doctrine, but acknowledges that the Divine (God, Source, Creator – whatever name you wish to use) can be seen and understood in many different ways, each of which is a part of the Universal whole.
St Michael’s The Sanctuary offers a Sunday service which is open to all. It is registered for Marriages and also offers Naming Ceremonies (we have a font), and Memorials and Remembrances.
We are known for the many experiences on offer – check out our ‘Activities’ page for a full selection.
Various spiritual groups take place throughout the month. Carolyn who connects with angels and has led ‘Angelic Connection’ for a few years says,
‘It is a place where open-mindedness to Spiritual truth and healing prevails in an atmosphere of love and joy.’
This comment comes from Greg who runs a group called ‘Tranquillity Awareness’ which focuses on Personal Development.
‘It is simply the best place to hold a workshop or any activity of the kind I do. It is so special. The energy, the peace, the stillness, the timelessness, these are all instilled in it.’
Many people love St Michael’s because of its environment of acceptance, and the fact that there are opportunities for spiritual growth with like-minded people. Nick says:-
‘St Michael’s is a place where I can find my own truth. There is no agenda or ego there to get in the way. There is an incredible stillness where I can listen to and work with my evolving conscious. I feel as though I can grow while being nurtured and loved.’
Pauline, who comes whenever she can, has attended many of the activities held here. She expresses her love for St Michael’s as
‘A great place to learn … people take me as I am.’
Finally, quite simply in just two sentences, Cathy succeeds in summing up perfectly, the beauty that can be found in St Michael’s The Sanctuary,
‘This space protects, cleanses, heals and energizes all who enter here. Divine light fills every corner, love flows freely, peace and joy are manifest.’