Independent Spiritualist Association
of the United States of America

ISA History and Founding

"Come For A Spiritual Experience."
"Religion is believing in someone else's experience.
Spirituality is having your own experience."

Deepak Chopra


Our Founder, Rev. Amanda Flower

Rev. Amanda Flower was a gifted medium, but her passion was the Truth. For that reason, she named the church she founded in Grand Rapids, Michigan, The Spiritualist First Church of Truth.

She was originally a member of the NASC, National Association Spiritualist Churches, but due to certain prohibitions on what could be taught or discussed by member churches she felt the need to break away. In 1924, Rev. Flower founded an organization that would promote Spiritualism and let churches group together for protection and strength; yet still give the individual churches freedom to worship in their own way. With this thought in mind, she became the founder of the INDEPENDENT SPIRITUALIST ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

The organization has grown with member churches in several states and world-wide recognition. It still maintains the purpose for which it was founded -- togetherness with independence.

     OTHER FAMOUS SPIRITUALISTS                                                                          CHURCH DIRECTORY

Please report any errors or problems with this web site to our web master.  
We are interested in your experience here and appreciate 
your comments or suggestions.  
We will endeavor to expand and improve this web site.
 email to: 
Website Builder