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St Francis Church of Holy Light

Gnostic Temple



Is found in the reckoning of life,

And in the fulfilment,

Of its mystery”

Tau David Deschambault

  • What is Gnosticism?

    Gnosis means knowledge. This inner spark of the Divine can be accessed by everyone with out the need for any assistance, direction or control of an institutional church, organization or self proclaimed guru.

  • Our Rules To Live By

    We follow the Golden Rule also known as ethic of reciprocity. Simply treat those as you would like to have them treat yourself. Do onto others as you would have them do onto you.

  • M.A.P.

    The Men's Awareness Project - for the prevention of violence and addiction "MAP helps men to look at two important wounds which we have inherited. Violence and addiction."

  • Weddings and Handfastings

    Handfastings can be specially fashioned to meet any and all spiritual needs. They can also be celebrated at many different locations.

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Recent Posts

  • THE FOG – The Sacred Journey

    The underworld was an important place for our ancestors. It was a place where no light existed. Therefore it was a place where they had to travel to face their fears, self-doubts and wounds. As humans we are constantly shedding the old to embrace the new. This is why we need good maps to follow. […]

    By Tau David Deschambault | August 15, 2017

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  • THE FOG – The Kiss of Consciousness and the Age of Aquarius

    The Aeonic Age and the Kiss of Consciousness The geologic time scale is a system of dating that relates geological strata to time, and is used by geologists, paleontologists, and other Earth scientists to describe the timing and relationships of events that have occurred during Earth’s history. According to science the Cenozoic era began about […]

    By Tau David Deschambault | June 6, 2017

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  • THE FOG – A Birth of a Corporation

    On October 14, 1066 William the Conqueror defeated the English Army at the Battle of Hastings and on Christmas Day 1066 William was crowned King of England. However William was not popular with the English people and as a result had to come up with a plan to ensure their loyalty. Hence the birth of […]

    By Tau David Deschambault | May 1, 2017

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