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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 – Spiritual Disobedience and a New Passion for a New Life

    Everywhere we turn you can see a world being showcased by an immature spirituality. Over the past few months I have been focusing on Gnostic history and what makes Gnostics different from the salvationist Abrahamic religions of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. This is an important step in reclaiming our rightful place among the many forms […]

    By Tau David Deschambault | September 15, 2018

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  • THE FOG – Spiritual Immaturity

    It is said that the victor writes history. In this case the Roman Catholic Church has written the history of Gnosticism. This is why much of what we know about Gnosticism has been written in error. The early Church Fathers wrongly believed and falsely stated that Gnosticism evolved during a time when early Christianity was […]

    By Tau David Deschambault | August 6, 2018

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  • THE FOG – The Knots of Virtue

    We are but a guest in this world. Therefore to progress in the light of virtue we must learn to take on difficulties while they are still small and easy to measure. Beware of people who offer a quick and easy way, for this path brings many difficulties. The practice of living virtuously only becomes […]

    By Tau David Deschambault | July 8, 2018

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