Second U.S. Spiritist Symposium - 2008
Empowering the English-Speaking Spiritist Movement in the USA

Following a tradition that started in 2007 after the 1st U.S. Spiritist Symposium, U.S. Spiritist directors and coordinators met on April 20, 2008 (the day after the 2nd U.S. Spiritist Symposium in NY) to discuss the progress of the English-speaking Spiritist movement, while empowering and uniting it in the United States...

One of the main highlight was the need to Promote local English-speaking events at least once a year

Get report in pdf version of this meeting HERE

See full review of the Symposium at the SpiritistNEWS (pdf 982KB)      
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Spiritists present at the meeting, on April 20th 2008, at the SGNY headquarter, to discuss the current scenario of the U.S. English-speaking movement. See more photos  HERE
First U.S. Spiritist Symposium - 2007
Insights on Spreading Spiritism in the U.S.A.

In the morning of April 15, 2007 (the day after the symposium), representatives of 11 Spiritist centers1in the U.S. gathered together at the Spiritist Society of Baltimore headquarter to discuss about strategies to help disseminate Spiritism in English, which I would like to share with you, so that we may bring some of these points up in our next meetings...

One of the main highlights was that there are many people ready to disseminate Spiritism in English in the USA.


Get report in pdf version of this meeting HERE

See complete review at the SpiritistNews (821KB)
Spiritists got together, at SSB headquarter, to build strategies on how to be more effective in the dissemination of Spiritism in America. See more photos  HERE
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Third U.S. Spiritist Symposium - 2009
Creating Bridges for Spiritism in America

In order to better dissemintate the Spiritist philosophy in the Norte America soil, Spiritist Directors and Practicioners get together in the day after the 3rd U.S. Spiritist Symposium to discuss their insights on how to create bridges for Spiritism in America.

Some of the main highligts were: to adjust vocabulary to reflect ideas correctly; understand our American audience; and persist with English-speaking meetings...


Get summary review in pdf version of this meeting HERE

See more information at The Spiritist Magazine (issue #8)   

SPIRITIST CATALOG (Spring 2009)
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Spiritist Directors and Practitioners present at the meeting, on April 12th 2009, at the AKSS-MA headquarter, to discuss the current scenario of the U.S. English-speaking movement. See more photos HERE
The day after each Symposium became a tradition as a day where Spiritist directors and practitioners get together to share and discuss new strategies on the dissemination of the Spiritist message in the USA. Below you will find a
summary of the last four meetings.
An effort to bring Spiritism to America
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Fourth U.S. Spiritist Symposium - 2010
Mediumship: A Bridge Between Two Words

The 2010 Post-Symposium meeting, following previous years was once again a success. During presentations around topics such as "The Sistematic Study of Spiritism", "The Spiritist Magazine and e-Spiritism" and "The USSC Youth Education Committee", several directors of various Spiritist Organizations exchanged ideas about the Spiritist Movement in America. In a spirit of friendiship the meeting ended with a wonderful seminar presented by the United States Spiritist Council Treasurer entitled "Accounting Guidelines for Spiritist Groups".
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Spiritist Directors and Practitioners present at the meeting, on April 25th 2010, at the Spiritist Society of Palm Beach headquarter, to discuss the current scenario of the U.S. English-speaking movement.