The National Spiritual Science Center is a community for spiritual growth and personal development. Where people discover their inner gifts and understand how to apply spiritual principles in order to actualize and access the fullness of who they are.
To uplift, enlighten, encourage and nurture the soul and essence of humanity, through the power of ancient Mystical wisdom and modern Spiritual teachings.
The National Spiritual Science Center was established in 1941 in Washington, DC by Rev. Alice Wellstood Tindall as the First Spiritual Science Church. Rev. Tindall was trained at the Spiritual Science Mother Church. The Spiritual Science Mother Church was founded by Rev. Julia Forrest on May 23, 1923 at Carnegie Hall Studios in New York City.
During the next twenty-eight years, Rev, Tindall conducted weekly services, led development circles and represented the Church and its concepts in public appearances. The Church was an active participant, through Rev. Tindall, in organizing the Federation of Spiritual Churches and Associations. Rev. Tindall served repeatedly as an officer of the Federation. Rev. Diane and Rev. Henry Nagorka joined the Church in 1962 and studied with Rev. Tindall until 1968. In 1969, responsibilities for the Church was passed on to the Revs. Nagorka.
The School of Spiritual Science was developed and Center activities were expanded. In January 1970, the Center moved to 5605 Sixteenth Street, NW, Washington, DC. Rev. Henry J. Nagorka was President of the Center for sixteen years. With his passing in 1986, Rev. Diane Nagorka served as President until retiring in June, 1989. Entering fully into the group dynamic of the Age of Aquarius, oversight and policy direction for the Center is currently provided by its Board of Directors.
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