Storming Hell..., Building Heaven,

The Rosicrucian Church AFSP

Our Location

At this moment in time, our congregational meeting center, is based in the south coast area. 

As our numbers grow, we will Endeavour to facilitate a bricks and mortar Church of our own in the Sydney area.

Our teachings are based on the following subject area's: Philosophy, Spiritual Astrology, the Bible,

metaphysics, mysticism, philosophy, psychology, parapsychology and science.

The Rosicrucian Church of the Australian Fellowship of Seven Planes is an association of Esoteric Christian men and women

banded together for the purpose of helping to make Rosicrucian Christianity a living factor in the world.

Its teachings give a definite, logical, and sequential explanation of the origin, evolution,

and future development of the world and man, from both the spiritual and scientific aspects. 

The Rosicrucian Teaching is free,

but the expenses incidental to their production and distribution are met by free-will offerings from students

"as the heart dictates and the means permit". However, all receive the same teaching and attention

even though circumstances may be such that some are unable to assist in supporting the work.

The Rosicrucian system of study provides a foundation that ties together all different aspects of metaphysical study

and demonstrates their interconnectedness.

You will understand the natural laws that govern all realms.

You will understand Your Self. Through our teachings you will gain specific knowledge of metaphysics, mysticism,

philosophy, psychology, parapsychology and science not taught by conventional educational systems or traditional religions.




The Church operates a public fund to receive donations to be used for helping people in necessitous circumstances. Money from this fund is used to either donate directly to local welfare agencies, or to purchase items such as food, clothing or blankets that are then donated to local welfare agencies, to be used to help those in need. Donations to this fund are not presently tax deductible.