Golden Gate Spiritualist Church
1901 Franklin Street
San Francisco, Ca. 94109
Barbara Dullea, Secretary
Wednesday Healing 7:00 PM
Wednesday Service 7:30 PM
Sunday Lyceum-Class in Spiritualism 9:30 AM
(Sundays, Sept. 7 2014 through May 17, 2015)
Sunday Healing 10:30 AM
Sunday Service 11:00 AM
Welcome to the web site for the San Francisco Golden Gate Spiritualist Church. Spiritualism is the religion, science, and philosophy of life focused on joy, harmony, and a fear-free understanding of the continuity of life. Please explore on this site our history, teachings, and service offerings. We're glad you found us.
The San Francisco Chapter of the
International Assn. of Near-Death Studies
Is scheduling monthly meetings at the Golden Gate Spiritualist Church
“IANDS purpose is to promote responsible, multi-disciplinary exploration of near-death and similar experiences, the effects on people’s lives, and their implications for beliefs about life, death, and human purpose. Whatever the viewpoint, IANDS never supports proselytizing. IANDS has no political or religious affiliations.”
Join us at the International Association for Near-Death Studies-
San Francisco (IANDS-SF)
Learn about spiritually transformative Near-Death Experiences (NDEs) and their life-changing after-effects.
Monday, October 20, 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.: Free
1901 Franklin St, San Francisco, CA 94109
“You Only Live Once.”
Just don’t tell that to San Francisco’s own medium and psychic Terry Yoder. Terry survived not one, but two, near-death experiences (NDEs). As a result, his life was transformed.
Now Terry “sees dead people.”
For most of us, our teenage years are complicated enough by new emotions and a growing understanding of life’s complications.
But what happens when at the age of 14, you survive a brush with death? And come back psychic?
Terry’s young life was complicated not just by the NDE itself, but also by the development of the gifts of intuition. Learning to understand and accept his unique qualities has been the work of a lifetime.
Terry’s abilities as a medium and psychic became so pronounced that he now uses them for the benefit of those of us who seek to connect with our deceased loves ones. He also offers psychic counseling to help countless people to navigate through life’s confusion and uncertainties.
Later in his life, "lightening struck twice in one place" and Terry endured a second near-death experience at the age of 41. Join us to hear his fascinating story of how he was comforted and healed by a spiritual being as he lay trapped in the wreckage of a car.
Terry’s life message reminds us of our spiritual “home.” And his gifts reassure us that we are not separated forever from our loved ones.
Please Note: IANDS-SF Meetings in 2014 are free, however as of 2015, there will be a fee to attend.
"IANDS' purpose is to promote responsible, multi-disciplinary exploration of near-death and similar experiences, their effects on people's lives, and their implications for beliefs about life, death, and human purpose. Whatever the viewpoint, IANDS never supports proselytizing."
IANDS has no political or religious affiliations.
*For more information about Terry, see: http://www.terryyoder.com
*For Terry’s podcasts of the radio show “An Hour with Spirit” see:
*Terry is part of Emergence Healing Arts located at 4052 18th St. at Hartford St. in San Francisco: http://emergencehealingarts.com/
Also see IANDS-SF website: http://iands-sf.org
IANDS-SF: Contact us: http://iandssf.wpengine.com/contact/
International IANDS website: http://www.iands.org
Northern California IANDS website: http://north-ca-iands.org
Monthly IANDS meetings:
Are usually held in San Francisco, Marin County, Berkeley and Saratoga. Sometimes in a given month, the same speaker talks at all four meetings, but sometimes the programs are different. Check the http://north-ca-iands.org site to be directed to each meeting.
• On-street parking is often hard to find, so leave extra time if you want to park on the street.
• Is available at 1776 Sacramento St. two blocks east of the church for $8 flat fee after 4 p.m.
• The entrance is on Sacramento just before Van Ness Ave. as you drive west on Sacramento. http://www.parkme.com/lot/28955/1776-sacramento-st-garage-san-francisco-ca
• Check Muni's Trip Planner for bus and train service within San Francisco: http://tripplanner.transit.511.org/mtc/XSLT_TRIP_REQUEST2?language=en