Not so much a church, more a couple of rooms, and some might argue that Spiritualism is not a religion. Spiritualists regard it as the science, philosophy and religion of continuous life, based on the demonstrated fact of communication, by means of medium-ship, with those who live in the spirit world. Anyone in doubt of the above may pop along to the Sunday Meeting, attended by perhaps twenty people of all ages, and perhaps they'll be convinced. The service consists of a few unfamiliar hymns, a prayer for healing, and lecture from the podium. Then the medium is called to the rostrum, to give messages from the spirit world to any willing members of the congregation.