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The Seminary of The Christian Community in North America
Public lectures: Monday to Thursday, 7.:30pm may be attended independently.
Lecture location: The Christian Community, 15 Margetts Rd, Monsey (Spring Valley).
Fee: Included with the open course - by donation if attended independently.
Course Fee: $150.00, includes breakfast
Spiritual Psychology by
Rev. Hugh Thornton
Spiritual psychology is a psychology of the mental picture and the life it leads within the soul. But before we can understand anything about that we have to understand how the mental picture comes into being. Read more by clicking here >>
The history of the congregation
"While considering what I should do I thought of studying medicine but woke up one morning with the clear decision to become a priest in The Christian Community". Read more of the history of the founding of the congregation in Johannesburg by clicking here >>
We have a well stocked library
The church library has a wide selection of books on Anthroposophy and related subjects. We are updating library policies: Yearly membership fees and fines will increase in 2015.
If a book inspires you please write about it for a library corner here on the website and in the newsletter.
Contact Lola Kirigin for book renewals via the church office on 011 789 3083.
Funeral Fund & Threshold Mandate
Anne-Marie van Dijk may be contacted with regard to the Funeral Fund, a last wishes booklet or a living will via the church office on 011 791 2703.
The Board of Trustees
The trustees may be contacted through the E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or through the church office E-mail: email@example.com and via the office telephone 011 789 3083
The Christian Community is part of a worldwide movement founded in Switzerland in 1922. In The Christian Community people come together in the awareness of the needs of our time and with the wish to respond to these in a religious manner. The tasks of The Christian Community include the development of an active sacramental community life, Christian ministry and pastoral care, whilst respecting the freedom of individual thought.
We hold in Prayer
We hold in prayer members connected to our congregation who are frail or who are recovering from illness. The list is printed in our monthly newsletter and you may request a copy from the office.