Our vibrant church in Massachusetts has been welcoming people since its founding in 1894 as an affiliate of the National Spiritualist Association of
Churches. Our denomination is Modern Spiritualism, a religion, science and philosophy that began in 1848 near Rochester, NY.

We welcome and encourage you to come visit us. You will meet loving, kind people who have an understanding of the afterlife, Universal Law (such
as the Law of Attraction), and the power of positive thought.  

Find us at the corner of South Pine and Warren streets where you can enjoy seeing tomorrow's finest mediums as they work every Sunday at our
Student Service at 5:30 pm. This is followed by a Fellowship Lunch at 6:00 pm.

The regular Spiritualist Sunday Evening Service with Healing and Guest Medium/Speaker, begins at 6:30 pm.

We encourage you to explore our
beliefs, our principles,  and learn about healing on this site. Questions about Spiritualism can be directed to the
Pastoral Committee at
The First Spiritualist Church of Salem
Welcome to the Website of the First Spiritualist Church of Salem, NSAC. We invite you to explore our site, learn about the
philosophy of Spiritualism, and check out our upcoming events including a listing of Sunday
guest speakers.

Come back often for updates!
Contact us:
34 Warren Street, Salem, MA
Guest Speaker Schedule: January 8: Carla King, 7pm. Everyone is welcome! Student Medium Demonstration Service at 5:30 pm; Healing Service at 6:30pm. Welcome back and Happy New Year!
January 8, at 7pm Carla King from the Department of Children and Family Services to speak on the meaning of our gifts to our "adoptive" children this Christmas! Spirit greetings by church mediums. ALL ARE WELCOME!! Early student demonstration service at 5:30pm, Healing Service at 6:30pm.
Create Your Sacred
Saturday, January 14
1pm to 3pm $25

Join Rachel Popek for a workshop on how to
create sacred space. In the business and
busy-ness of our daily lives, creating the physical
space to help us to go within and connect with
the Divine and Sacred is evermore important to
maintain our balance, promote healing, and