Onlline Sermons

We have posted a lot of sermons from our Universal Life Church ministers. Some are Christian and some are not. You are welcome to use them or just enjoy them as you like.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Online Ordination

I was ordained by the ULC Church on the 21st March 2002 and I live in Brighton UK. Since then I have officiated at many services that include Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals, Communions and Blessings. I am also the Chaplain to the Pioneer Motor Cycle club which is the oldest Motor cycle club in the UK.

I do many visits to Hospitals and Nursing Homes in Sussex and Surrey to bring comfort to the old, lonely and sick to bring to them the power of the Holy Spirit.

I have my own web site for those who cannot attend Church, so that they can listen to prayers for those with poor sight or for the hard of hearing they can read the text.

The reason I was ordained was that I had the call of the Holy Spirit within me telling me to go forth and to spread the word of our Lord Jesus Christ, tell people of his Love for all in a time of religious and world turmoil.

I was previously a Police officer in Surrey UK until my retirement and saw a lot of people in need of our Lords love.

This is just an outline of what I do in the good name of the ULC Church and if you require any more information please feel free to contact me either by email or through my web site.

Yours in Christ
Rev. David Scott

The Universal Life Church is a comprehensive online seminary where we have classes in Christianity, Wicca, Paganism, two courses in Metaphysics and much more. 

Ordination with the Universal Life Church, is free,  and lasts for life, so use the Free Online Ordination, button.We also offer many free wedding ceremonies for your use.

The  ULC, run by Rev. Long, has created a chaplaincy program to help train our ministers. We also have a huge catalog of Universal Life Church materials.  I've been ordained with the Universal Life Church for many years and it's Seminary since the beginning and have loved watching the continual growth of the seminary.  
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