A Welcoming Community of Seekers Exploring the Teachings of Emanuel Swedenborg

What is Swedenborgianism?

Read about Emanuel Swedenborg, his writings, our history as a church, and our unique perspectives on the spiritual world.

Get Involved in our Community

We have a variety of congregations, youth leagues, online communities, and social initiatives that offer something for everyone.

Enrich Your Journey

From sermons and reflections to courses on theology, these resources will help guide you along your spiritual path.

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Stay informed on all that’s happening, get information about our Annual Convention and retreats, or find a virtual service.

Join us this year for the 200th Convention of the Swedenborgian Church of North America!
Swedenborg: Envisioning the Future

Our theme was “Swedenborg: Envisioning the Future.” Our keynote speaker was Dylan Hendricks, director of the Institute For The Future’s Ten Year Forecast. You can watch the full keynote below. Other Convention-related content can be viewed on our YouTube channel.

Featured Community: The Rainbow Church of The New Jerusalem  

The purpose of the Rainbow Church of The New Jerusalem is to create a safe space for LGBTQIA+ spiritual seekers and allies to come together in worship, reflection, and discussion grounded in the theology of Emanuel Swedenborg as understood by the Swedenborgian Church of North America.

Rainbow Gatherings: First and Third Sundays of the month at 12pm PT/3pm ET

Reading/Discussion Group: Second and Fourth Sundays of the month at 12pm PT/3pm ET

“Every love has a purpose. All wisdom moves toward fulfilling that purpose…”

-Emanuel Swedenborg (True Christianity 47)

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Leadership & Structure of the Church

The Swedenborgian Church of North America is a network of various local ministries and churches connected by a central leadership council.

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