Where does the World Congress of Spiritualists conference take place?
Arthur Findlay College, Stansted Hall,
Stansted, Mountfitchet, Essex, UK
When should I arrive?
Participants should arrive no later than 9.00 am. on Thursday, July 5, 2018 at the at the conference registration desk, located at the (which entrance?) of the Arthur Findlay College, Stansted Hall.
When should I depart?
We kindly request that all participants stay for the entire duration of the conference, which ends at (time) on Saturday, July 7th, 2018.
What does the Conference fee cover?
The conference fee covers admission to all sessions, presentations, coffee breaks and lunches, and any official World Congress of Spiritualists publications, conference supplies and accompanying materials.
What are my accommodation options?
All participants are responsible for arranging their own accommodation. These may include:
Arthur Findlay College Accommodation: In this case, conference and accommodation fees are combined. Please book through the office of the Arthur Findlay College.
Guest Houses, Bed & Breakfasts and hotels in the village of Stansted or nearby Bishop’s Stortford, which is served by rail.
Is it possible to stay at the Arthur Findlay College before or after the Conference?
Yes, if you are enrolled in the courses offered by the College either immediately prior to, or after the conference. These courses have been designed with conference participants in mind and are taught by a team of tutors from around the world. The pre-congress course focuses upon the religious aspects of Spiritualism and its great potential to shape us individually, collectively and globally. The post-congress courses guide you to expand and deepen your evidential mediumship through reconnection with your spiritual foundations. If you will be in the UK for an extended stay the West Midlands District Council of the SNU will be celebrating the World Congress with a one-day special event.
Do you offer financial assistance to attend the conference?
The World Congress of Spiritualists conference is a not-for-profit event and, as such, conference fees are designed to cover only organizational expenses. There is unfortunately no surplus that could potentially be used for the purposes of financial assistance. We strongly encourage participants to attend the conference as delegates of their respective organizations and to seek funding from them.