Sunday Divine Services
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Your prayers can make a difference.

“Prayer is a song of the soul, and the soul wants to sing.”

– Dr George King

Sunday Divine Services

Sunday mornings are a time when our community comes together for our regular Divine Service. This always includes an address, sometimes a minister will give an address or we will play an address given by a minister at one of our centres overseas. We also sometimes play recorded addresses by Dr King.

After the service we relax and socialise over tea, coffee and biscuits.

Anyone is welcome to join these Sunday morning services and you don’t need to let us know in advance, you are welcome to just turn up on the day.

What to expect at our services in general

Our services include prayer, mantra, and short readings from the Cosmic Teachings.

Services are led by a minister wearing religious robes. Some of our congregation have been given initiations and also wear robes to reflect these.

When you arrive we will provide you with a prayer booklet so you can join in the prayers if you wish. There is no kneeling and you can participate in the prayers as much or as little as you like.

We also use mantras and mudras (hand signs) to help us to attune ourselves prior to joining together in prayer.

Sundays

11am

Prayer

Prayer is the sending of energy from ourselves to a particular destination. This could be anything from a sick friend, to a disaster zone, or to the world as a whole. We pray with our hands raised which allows energy to flow out from the chakras in our heart and hands.

Mantra and mudra

Before joining in with the mantras and mudras we will need to initiate you into these separately. So if you enjoy the service and wish to come again and participate, then we are happy to arrange a time to teach you these.

Cosmic Transmissions

Dr King was a channel for Cosmic Masters who spoke through him, using his voice, to give a spiritual message. Each Sunday we play one of these recordings from a series known as The Twelve Blessings.

When

Sundays, 11 am to 12 noon.

Who can attend?

Anyone can attend these services and newcomers are always welcome.

Location & parking

The Aetherius Temple, 269 Hinemoa St, Birkenhead, North Shore, Auckland

There is parking at the rear of our building, or on streets nearby, or at the public carpark in Rawene Road. The Birkenhead bus stop is only a few minutes’ walk away.