The Spiritist Society Towards the Light is a non-profit Public Benefit California Corporation is tax-exempt as a 501-C-3. All our services and educational activities are offered at no cost to our community. All our practitioners are volunteers that dedicate their time without financial compensation. Despite that, there are operational costs that cannot be avoided, specially the lease of spaces and utilities. For that reason, we ask those that are familiar with our work and have the means to become supporting members of the Spiritist Society Towards the Light.
SSTTL member’s contributions allow us to plan our expenses appropriately and keep our organization functional. It is never too much to emphasize that membership is OPTIONAL and you can terminate your membership at any time.
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Thank you for supporting the Spiritist Society Towards the Light.
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You can cancel your membership at any time by contacting SSTTL at firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: Membership Cancellation). If you became a support member via PayPal, you can also cancel your membership using the button below.
"The physical body represents a blessing from our Eternal Father. It constitutes the magnificent work of the Divine wisdom, and we are fortunate enough to contribute to its continuous improvement.
Human existence is not an accidental act. In the realm of divine order, justice performs its ministry everyday, obeying the highest designs that order the gift of life to be ministered ‘to each one according to their deeds."
Excerpt from The Missionaries of Light by Francisco Candido Xavier, Dictated by the spirit Andre Luiz