I have been called to devote my life to be of service to my fellow human beings. I have chosen to manifest this in the form of a Spiritual ministry, and on that basis I accept ordination in order to solemnize and empower that ministry. I recognize that each individual follows their own path to spiritual awakening. I vow to respect all paths and honor all paths toward their eternal truth. I further recognize the diversity of the world and vow to perform my ministerial duties without prejudice of any kind. These vows I make as a matter of public record and swear to eternally keep them for the good of all.
What is an Interfaith Minister?
An Interfaith Minister is someone who seeks to promote understanding, harmony, and love among people by emphasizing what is universal in the teachings of the many spiritual paths and faith traditions. An Interfaith Minister has chosen to learn about, respect, and appreciate the diversity of paths, and to look for the universal truth contained in each one. An Interfaith Minister is someone who is dedicated to serving the spiritual needs of all those who seek their guidance, counsel, and assistance, without regard to race, religion, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, ethnic background, gender or age. An Interfaith Minister is someone who is dedicated to deepening their own spiritual development and practice, and their connection to the Divine, so that their service to others is always grounded in the integrity of their own spiritual life.
The world is our home, and our brothers and sisters are all humankind no matter what their religious convictions might happen to be. My personal beliefs are grounded in Christianity, but as an Interfaith Minister, I choose to be inclusive rather than exclusive of all faith traditions.
Randy Taylor holds lifetime ordinations from the Church of Seven Planes and American Marriage Ministries. Both of these are non-denominational, interfaith Churches. Ordination permits their ministers to perform marriages. Both are Federally Recognized 501(c)3 Public Charitable Organizations as described by the IRS.
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