Anyone who feels called can be a legally ordained minister.
Have you ever felt that you are called to be a valid ordained minister, either online, or with a physical church building?
Ordination is not just for a privileged few.
Have you ever been church hopping, or feel left out in your own church?
Is your current church, or spiritual routine not feeding your soul?
Have you aligned yourself to a religious institution of any kind, only to find you do not honestly believe all the tenants of that particular faith?
Are you accepted in the religious or spiritual congregation full of love and non-judgment?
I am trained in an Inter-Faith appreciation for everyone’s personal free will in matters of their own belief system. While I have studied all religions extensively, I chose to be a Christian minister, because I believe, and have a great appreciation for Mother/Father God, the Son Jesus Christ and God’s Holy Spirit.
My Christian ministry uses all the scriptures, not just the ones men wanted you to know and read. The books that were tossed out at the Council of Constantinople in 381 AD, are just as big as the current traditional Bible. Jesus says more, teaches more than the present Bible lets you know. I think it is of major importance for intelligent humans to know this. Book banning and censorship usurps our God-given free will. That is my impetus. It is different for everyone.
But anyone becoming a Universal Life Church minister can be true to who they are and what they believe, regardless of race, gender, belief system, or anything else that separates humankind.
My advise is to bring this to prayer. God is closer to you than your next breath, in my book.
Become ordained quickly and easily, and begin your own ministry! As a legally ordained minister, you will
be able to perform weddings, funerals, baptisms and other functions of the clergy.
In existence since 1959, the Universal Life Church is headquartered in Modesto, California, and has congregations around the world. The sun never sets on the Universal Life Church. ULC ministers come from all walks of life and spiritual traditions. Our common thread is our adherence to the universal doctrine of religious freedom:
“Do only that which is right”
Every person has the natural right (and the responsibility) to peacefully determine what is right. We are advocates of religious freedom.
The Universal Life Church wants you to pursue your spiritual beliefs without interference from any outside agency, including government or church authority.
You may become a legally ordained minister for life, without cost, and without question of faith.