Over sixty years ago a group of Christians, clergy and lay, had become much concerned that they and many others, past and present, were aware of significant experiences to which the Church appeared to have little or no effective response. As a result they decided to form a society which evolved into the Churches' Fellowship for Psychical and Spiritual Studies. Although the Fellowship began its work in that difficult post-war era when people were asking questions about their loved ones and survival of death, there has been a broadening of its studies over the last half century.
Many people have come to value the guidance of the Fellowship when they have experienced spontaneous gifts of the Spirit, the pain of bereavement or simply a call to deeper spiritual understanding. The Fellowship offers a safe meeting place where members and enquirers may share and explore these experiences, in an open atmosphere of love and acceptance.