Rev. Nyitrai is a gentle, spirit-filled lady with a great sense of humour. She is a medium who has been in communication with spirit since the age of 4, and is also a psychic artist who draws portraits of guides while in semi-trance to go with her messages. Along with serving our church for over 25 years, she serves several Montreal churches doing clairvoyance, teaching and private consultations.
Rev. Peter G. Kendall is a medium, healer, public speaker and teacher. Originally from Cape Breton, N.S., now lives in Montreal working with Spirit for over 15 years. He serves churches in Montreal, Ottawa, Nova Scotia, Maine and Florida. Rev. Kendall was also connected with Edgar Cayce Canada for approximately 10 years.
Rev. Alma Grimaux was born a natural medium and has been a spiritualist for more than 50 years. Her connection with the spirit world brings evidential messages of comfort to the ones left behind. She teaches classes in mediumship development, meditation and does private readings. She also serves spiritualist churches in Montreal and other areas. Rev. Grimaux is a gentle and beautiful lady with a great sense of humour.
The Ottawa Team will be talking on a variety of issues regarding Spiritualism. They will share their personal experiences of how spirit impacted their lives while dealing with life’s many challenges. It will be about one’s journey into spiritual awareness reflecting faith, hope and upliftment.
Angela Azaria is a spiritual guide, practitioner, teacher and medium. She channels spirits, angels and guides while teaching others to follow their own highest wisdom and compasses. Angela’s focus is to bring forth spiritual messages and to teaching others how to open up to their own spiritual potential and guidance. She also volunteers within the church and often channels messages.
Kyla Carson is a Bishop in The Madonna Ministry based in California, a Medium, author, masseuse, practices Shamanism and uses energy medicine and other alternative modalities to treat her psychotherapy clients in her private practice. She studied social work and practiced at the Montreal General Hospital in the department of psychiatry. Kyla has had a deep, personal relationship with The Divine since she was a child and developed her psychic abilities, beginning at the age of 11. She endeavors to live a balanced life, enjoying nature, friends and family and lives in sincere gratitude for her connection to The Divine.
Gail Lafortune is a Registered Practical Nurse (RPN). Her healing journey began in 1990 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. In 1991, she personally received a Therapeutic Touch session which TOUCHED her very deeply and changed her life forever. Gail has been passing on the gift of Therapeutic Touch since 1991 to others through her practice. She became a Recognized Teacher in 1997 and has an active Therapeutic Touch practice in Ottawa. She is dedicated to serving her community, as well as increasing the acceptance of Therapeutic Touch as a complementary healing modality in mainstream medicine.
Kyla Carson has had a deep, personal relationship with The Divine since she was a child and developed her psychic abilities, beginning at the age of 11. As an adult, during one of the psychic readings she was offering a client, she channeled a deceased individual and discovered that she was also a medium.
Kyla is a Bishop in The Madonna Ministry, which is a church without walls, based in California. She is also a masseuse, practices Shamanism and uses energy medicine and other alternative modalities to treat her psychotherapy clients in her private practice. She studied social work and practiced at the Montreal General Hospital in the department of psychiatry for many years. Kyla is also an author of a book entitled “Don’t Just Do Something, Stand There” written to share her spiritual and psychic experiences with others. Copies of book will be available for sale. She endeavors to live a balanced life, enjoying nature, friends and family and lives in sincere gratitude for her connection to The Divine.
Elliott Gordon is a medium, teacher, lecturer and currently working towards ordination and licensed ministry. He originally comes from the Qualipu First Nation of Western Newfoundland and studied Political Science and English literature at the University of Ottawa.
We will also be holding a Burning Bowl Ceremony where we will burn up all the negativities from the past year and move on to focus on new positive experiences and new opportunities for 2020.
We will not be holding a service on December 29th. Our first service will resume on January 5th.
Warm wishes are extended to you and your loved ones during this festive season. Have a wonderful and joyous Christmas and New Years’ celebrations.
The Ottawa Team will share their personal stories about Spirit intervention in their lives while dealing with many of life’s challenges and hurdles. This will be presented with humor, faith and upliftment. Each person’s experience will be different and some which may resonate with you. This will also be an opportune time to sing Christmas carols in an atmosphere of joy, peace and happiness.