Bringing Together Ministers of All Faiths and Religions
In a traditional chapel, church, mosque or temple; most religious faiths have a quiet area to pray and listen to sermons, perform a wedding and celebrate mass. Here at the Universal Life Church Canada we recognize all faiths in a non-denominational and ecumenical inclusionary force of unique individuals, linked together, under the umbrella of the Universal Life Church Monastery and its mission of promoting worldwide religious tolerance.
Our mission is to embolden, educate, enlighten, and offer people of all faiths and religions the opportunity to become an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church.
Teaching, preaching and education: access our online seminary
We encourage our clergy to read our sermons. These sermons reflect the faith of our ministers and the views of the ULC Monastery. All that we ask is for you to respect and promote everyone’s religious freedom of choice and to “do that which is right.”
It is up to each ordained minister to determine what is right as long as it does not infringe or trespass upon the rights of others and is within the law of the land.
Prayer, meditation and tranquility
Please take a quiet moment to meditate and pray for others; as they may take the time to meditate and pray for you. As a civilization, we have found many ways to heal our needs and sufferings.
Complete our online ordination to perform weddings, funerals and burials
As we go forth, we ask that you join us and become an ordained minister online, helping us to carry the torch of enlightenment from your soul to the many souls that you may encounter. On your journey through life, you may choose to perform baptisms, officiate a wedding, or perhaps preside at a funeral. Your life experience is your record and testimony of how you lived. It is your legacy.
“After sleeping through a hundred million centuries we have finally opened our eyes on a sumptuous planet, sparkling with color, bountiful with life. Within decades we must close our eyes again. Isn’t it a noble, an enlightened way of spending our brief time in the sun, to work at understanding the universe and how we have come to wake up in it? This is how I answer when I am asked, as I am surprisingly often, why I bother to get up in the mornings.” –Richard Hawkins