Corinthian Church & Healing Association

The Spiritual Way — Open to All

¨An individual's intrinsic right to the freedom to peruse their personal Spiritual path, in their own way, without fear of judgment¨


News for The Corinthian Church & Healing Association

Your Trustees for 2017/18

Rev Stuart Fraser-Ballard chairman
Rev Richard Rawlingson. President
Rev Theresa Swithenbank. Vice President
Rev Janet MacDonell Treasurer
Rev Dennis Binks
Rev Gillian Edwards

The Corinthian Church & healing Association AGM

The Corinthian Church & healing Association AGM is on 2nd June 2018 at 11am at Primrose Hall 15A London Road Hailsham East Sussex BN271EB. All members welcome. Refreshments available. Please do come along a share your views. Reverend Stuart Fraser-Ballard Corinthian Church & Healing Association.

Hello everyone I am Stuart Fraser-Ballard.

I am pleased to have been offered the position of chairman on the board of trustees of the C.C.H.A. I am honoured to take the position of chairman as Rev John Collins who has stepped back from the trustees.

Just to tell you a little about myself.
I have been brought up within a family business and also worked for the Ministry of Defence.
I have been a healer for many years and I bring my business and people skills to the board of trustees of the Corinthian Church, for us to work as a family.
Love and Light to you all.

Comfort Cottage

Comfort Cottage is in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains, here we can offer you the opportunity to get away from it all, relax and enjoy a peaceful healing retreat in a tranquill setting with panoramic views of the Preseli Mountains.

The accommodation will sleep 2 + 2 comprising 1 bedroom with twin beds, and open plan living/dining room with sofa that converts into a comfortable bed. For more info visit our website at To discuss your needs and book contact Joyce by calling on 01559 370957 or email 10 per cent discount for members

Reverend Janet MacDonell

My name is the Reverend Janet MacDonell and I was pleased and honoured to be asked to serve on the Corinthian Church & Healing Association Board of trustees.

I was brought up in the spiritual way as my father has been a healer and medium for over 60 years. I love my healing and training others and I am carrying on with both having recently moved from Essex back to my roots in Kent. I am also developing my mediumship.

I retired 2 years ago, after nearly 40 years in the NHS as a Dietitian working in many areas and I feel I can bring some skills from that to my new role. I hope to bring my support and help to further the CCHA ideals to the best of my ability and with the guidance of spirit.

Rev Theresa Swithenbank promoted to Vice President

Hello Everyone I am Rev Theresa Swithenbank.

Since the AGM this June 2015 I have had the honour of being promoted to Vice President of the Corinthian Church and Healing Association.

I would like to say that the Corinthians is dear to my heart. That I will follow in my father's footsteps to carry the organisation on the way he would have liked.

I am always happy to hear from members no matter what is on their mind, my telephone numbers are on the web site.

The Corinthians are a large family of likeminded people working together for the best principles of the association. Thank you for all the work that all members do in the Corinthian name.