Will Harris is the founder of Willpower Consultation and Willpower Humanitarian Foundation.  Willpower Consultation provides growth strategies and sales training for business leaders.  Willpower Humanitarian Foundation conducts philanthropy and spiritual work globally for at-risk and poverty-stricken children. Will has an Indian Facebook ministry with over 1 million followers and speaks annually to audiences in surplus of 500K. Will's superpower is humor; and his personal motto is "Use what you love, to fight what you hate."

The Reverend Ragu Pasupulati was ordained through the United Metaphysical Churches and has served as a minister, medium and healer for over 35 years. He also taught classes in healing and conducted séances during his years at the Arlington Metaphysical Chapel.

April 29th
Melody Krafft


April 22nd
Stacy Kopchinski

May 13th
Sharon Rogers


Melody Krafft holds a B.S. and M.A. degree in psychology and has studied Spiritualism, Mediumship and Psychic Sciences at the Arthur Findlay College in England, and at the Spiritualists’ National Union Church and School of Mediumship, The Journey Within.  She is a member of the International Absent Healing Team through the Inner Quest Foundation in Victoria, Canada. 

May 6th
Will Harris

May 27th
Rev. Ragu Pasupalati

May 20th
Rev. Leonard Justinian


Ms. Joy has been in touch with the spirit world her entire life. As a child, her mother came to her for advice and dream interpretation. Ms. Joy is a Psychic, Medium, Reiki Master, Certified Hypnotherapist, Shamanic Practitioner, Energy Healer, Dream Interpreter, Psychic Detective and Tarot Reader. She balances her time between teaching, parenting, and offering spiritual services: tarot readings, intuitive readings, past-life readings, mediumship readings, and Reiki energy healing sessions. She lives in West Virginia and her goal is to become ordained and open her own spiritualist church in her home state of WV.

Sunday Service Speakers
April 2018-June 2018

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The Reverend Leonard Justinian is a NSAC Ordained Minister, Certified Medium, Commissioned Spiritualist Healer, and a member of CSE. He served for several years at the Church of Two Worlds in Georgetown as minister. Presently Rev. Justinian serves as a healer, speaker, and message medium at CSE. 

Sharon Rogers is a student with the Morris Pratt Institute pursuing credentialing in the ministry. In addition to becoming a minister her goals include becoming a Certified Medium, Commissioned Healer and most importantly a National Spiritualist Teacher. Currently she serves on the Board of Directors for the CSE as the Treasurer. Sharon’s spiritual path led her to the Center of Spiritual Enlightenment in 2010 to help people help themselves in pursuit of their spiritual path.


June 3rd
Donna Joy

The Reverend Stacy Kopchinski is an Ordained Minister, Certified Medium, Commissioned Healer, and National Spiritualist Teacher through the National Spiritualist Association of Churches and has been a Spiritualist for many years. She is the Director of the Missionary Department for the NSAC, President of the Licentiate Minister/Certified Medium Society, Trustee for the Ministerial Association, and active member of the NST Club and Healers League. Stacy was on the committee for the 2017 NSAC Convention serving in church services during that time as well as past conventions. Stacy is a member of the Lily Dale Assembly and ISF. She has served at many NSAC churches and camps throughout the country and is currently Co-Pastor at First Spiritualist Church of West Allis, Wisconsin where she has been an active member for many years serving on the Board of Directors as well as many other committees.

The Reverend Leonard Justinian is a NSAC Ordained Minister, Certified Medium, Commissioned Spiritualist Healer, and a member of CSE. He served for several years at the Church of Two Worlds in Georgetown as minister. Presently Rev. Justinian serves as a healer, speaker, and message medium at CSE. 

The Center for Spiritual Enlightenment

April 14th
Rev. Leonard Justinian