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Contact Information
              Phone:  304-233-5365                    
Registered Board
                      President:                   Lynnette Grubb             740-359-1242
                     Vice President:           Dodie Blanchard           740-491-1132
                      Secretary:                   Lisa Davie                       330-531-3551
                      Treasurer:          Karen Lombardi-Gerardi     740-310-8068
Joey Mosslander      Jackie Weisenborn     Rita Waters

If you would like to become a member, please click on the following link print and submit an application:         National Spiritualist Association of Churches

Way Memorial 
First Spiritualist Church...
  built specifically for the promotion 
  of the religion,  philosophy, and                science of Spiritualism.

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The Ohio Valley
      Located on historic Wheeling Island, Way   Memorial serves the immediate tristate area  of Ohio, WV, Pennsylvania.  
      "The Valley" has a great deal to offer visitors!  Sites of interest to all (within 5-60 minutes drive from Way Memorial) include:
Recreational activities : several parks, lakes, camping, fishing, hunting, hiking, the Washington  Wild Things (minor  league baseball)...
Historical Sites: Way Memorial, The Wheeling   Suspension Bridge, Capitol Music Hall,  The Wheeling Symphony, Center Market and Artisan Center, The Underground Railroad Museum, Fort Steuben, Grave Creek Indian Mound and Museum, Moundsville  Penitentiary...
Educational offerings:  Museums, Learning   Centers, the Stifel Fine Arts Center, 
Restaurants, shopping, centers for worship, other attractions  including -- Cabella's,  Wheeling Island   Casino, The Palace of Gold, Pittsburgh, and too many items to list


This map represents a radius of approximately 75 minutes drive from Way Memorial


About Us...

On September 28, 1901, the National Spiritualist Association, charted the First Spiritualist Society of Wheeling, WV.  Through the efforts of our founding minister, The Reverend George W. Way and our congregational predecessors, The First Spiritualist Association's church was dedicated September  16th, 1916.  
Following Reverend Way's transition to spirit, the church was rededicated as: Way Memorial Temple. 

Chartered under the auspices of the National Spiritualist Association of Churches (NSAC), Way Memorial adheres to the Declaration of Principles and by-laws adopted by the NSAC. 
 More detailed information on Spiritualism can be found at the National Spiritualist Assoc. of Churches, website:   www.NSAC.org

The Declaration of Principles

     1. We believe in Infinite Intelligence (God).

     2. We believe that the phenomena of nature, both physical and Spiritual , are the expression of Infinite Intelligence.

     3. We affirm that a correct understanding of such expression and living in accordance therewith, constitutes true religion.

     4. We affirm that the existence and personal identity of the individual continues after the change called death.

     5. We affirm that communication with the so-called dead is a fact, scientifically proven by the phenomena of Spiritualism.

     6. We believe that the highest morality is contained in the Golden Rule, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you".

     7. We affirm the moral responsibility of individuals, and that we make our own happiness or unhappiness as we obey or disobey Natures Physical and Spiritual laws.

     8. We affirm that the doorway to reformation is never closed against any soul here or hereafter.

     9. We affirm that the Precepts of Prophecy and Healing are divine attributes proven through Mediumship.                                                           

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