Do you want to learn more about how to become ordained as a Universal Life Church minister? We can help you get ordained as a ULC priest, minister, rabbi, or pastor through our easy online service.

The Universal Life Church is unique in that it accepts all you want to become ordained without requiring specific religious or spiritual beliefs. More than 20 million individuals were able to get ordained as part of the Universal Life Church online so far.

Online ordainment is available through the ULC, simply requiring that you promote everyone’s right to worship or not to worship as they choose.

In order to ensure that your application will be approved, please make sure to provide your full legal name. Please do not provide nicknames or fictitious names. Also, provide only factual information for your address and other contact information. This will help us process your application quickly. Your privacy is important to us and we do not share your personal information.

Once our staff reviews your application form, you will receive a confirmation email within a very short period of time that will serve as proof of your ordination. Please contact us if you do not receive a confirmation email within 24 hrs.

Even after you become ordained, we will continue to support you through our ministerial network and online fellowship resources. We also provide a variety of supplies to help you in providing wedding and ministry services. Through these online services, you will be constantly in touch with our spiritual community.

We look forward to welcoming you as a newly ordained member of the ULC!

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