Welcome to the web site for the National Spiritualist Association of Churches (NSAC). Spiritualism is a religion and philosophy of life focused on joy, harmony, and a fear-free understanding of the continuity of life. Please explore on this site our history, teachings, and locations of churches and camps near you. We're glad you found us.
-- Rev. Christine Krithades, President
The educational objectives of the Morris Pratt Institute are twofold. The first objective is the opportunity for each individual to advance or further their spiritual education and understanding. The second objective is to provide a comprehensive course as preparation for those wishing to achieve certification in the Spiritual Ministry through various organizations.
The J.T. and E.J. Crumbaugh Library also houses a museum which is dedicated to the history of LeRoy. The museum is located on the lower level of the library and is sponsored by the LeRoy Historical Society. It was opened on July 4, 1991 and contains memorabilia relevant to LeRoy’s history, including items from local businesses, schools and organizations.
The library itself is home to an estimated 14,000 volumes in a wide variety of genres. Since it is an endowed library any person is able to obtain a library card for free. In addition to its books, the library also provides computers, internet use and printer. It also has copies of the LeRoy Journal, the local newspaper, going back to 1903 on micro film. Other amenities include Parkland college classes on video, talking books for the visually impaired, and a home delivery service for citizens if LeRoy and Ellsworth. Illinois who are unable to leave their homes.
A town of rich history, LeRoy, IL has something to interest everyone. The community of nearly 4,000 is family oriented and enjoys various park, recreation and dining options. It is seated on the hub of Interstate 74 and state highways 150 and 136, providing easy access to the amenities of Bloomington-Normal and Champaign-Urbana.
300 E. Center Street
LeRoy, IL 61752