Welcome and thank you for visiting the official website of the Universal Hagar's Spiritual Church. Our object and purposes are many as we move forward into today's world with a specific charge to serve the present Aquarian Age.
The Universal Hagar's Spiritual Church is an ecclesiastical body organized on September 23, 1923 by our founder Father George Willie Hurley.
As an organization, we strive to teach the deeper truth of God, to develop a true spiritual life among our members so they will attain the higher state of a true spiritual experience and lastly impart the same to all we come in contact with. We encourage the study of science, phenomena and philosophy of spiritual religion that we may educate our youth in the knowledge of God that they will live a moral, righteous and industrious life by obeying the laws of God while we serve him in spirit and in truth.
During the infant phases of our association, our founder Father George Willie Hurley strived to set the standards of our organization to promulgate and preach the everlasting gospel to all regardless of race creed or color. After ninety years of existence, this mission still holds true in our effort to uplift fallen humanity. With the strength and determination of our leaders past and present, we are able to carry on the work assigned to our hands.
Ninety years has extended the Universal Hagar's Spiritual Church from Detroit, Michigan to Illinois, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin and Connecticut. Truly we can say that we have come this far by faith leaning on the Lord.
Let us rejoice and be exceedingly glad for the blessings that God has privileged us to enjoy. In this new day, God's work can only be and will be accomplished by fasting, praying and working in complete harmony together. All things work together for good for those who love the Lord. With harmony, positive thinking and unity, we can create that which we desire through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit.
Yours in Christ
Reverend S. Ada Aquart