Hi, I’m Maggy Whitehouse, stand-up comedian,  Independent Catholic minister and author on the metaphysics of the Bible and the Spiritual Laws of Prosperity. 

How do I manage all that in one? Easy, I take Fridays off…

Click here a fabulous article about my comedy by Catherine Barnes of the Western Morning News.

Maggy Whitehouse by Steven Haywood 1

This year I am a finalist in the UK Funny Women Awards (click here for the Independent’s article on the awards) and am also working as a comedy and magic duo with Rev. Mark Townsend. As they say on Britain’s Got Talent, ‘I’m Maggy and he’s Mark and, together, we are Rev.Elation.

Comedy and ministry go together surprisingly well — the true job of a priest is to connect people with their own inner joy and love of life … not make folk feel sinful or disconnected from the Divine.

Laughter is certainly the best medicine for that. 

Here’s my comedy debut (be warned, it has the F-word in it). I’m available for private and public events. More details here.

For more details of my work please click on the relevant tab above — or find me on Facebook. Thank you.


Grace, Soul, Spirit

Maggy is a minister in independent church that offers sacramental worship without enforcing any belief-system or membership. Through prayer, healing, ritual and workshops she helps individuals and groups realise their own inner and unique relationship with the Divine Source. This work includes the Sacred Magic of the Angels, the Feminine Wisdom Tradition, the Spiritual Laws of Prosperity and the Toledano Tradition of Kabbalah.

She is an expert in the life and times of women of ancient Israel and uses this knowledge with the Judaic mystical teaching of those times to link conventional faith with the Law of Attraction teachings of the modern day.

Maggy teaches from a sound base of knowledge through experience as well as research and scholarship. She is committed to her path of personal spiritual development and is co-founder of La Convivencia, a group of like-minded people dedicated to showing how working from the level of the soul can help bring people together whatever their faith or culture.

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