A path of light

WELCOME to the UNIVERSAL LIFE CHURCH Reverend Nix Jewls Winter

To confirm your ordination, please click: http://www.ulcseminary.org/cgi-bin/arp3/arp3-confirm.pl?p=1313904173.964563 if you have not already. This is a repeat of the message that you should've gotten right after the ordination.

The hear this welcome on audio, click http://www.ulcseminary.org/images/welcome.mp3

The Universal Life Church has sent your application for ordination from The ULC SEMINARY in Elk Grove, CA to ULC Headquarters in Modesto, California on Saturday, 20 August 2011.

Providing that you filled out the form properly with your legal first and last name, it will be approved and entered into the International Database of the Ministry of the Church, whose numbers are in excess of 20 million ordained ministers worldwide.


Please save this email! If there are any electronic glitches, you'll need this email to prove that you were ordained. Print it and also save it to a separate file to ensure that your ordination is recorded properly.


I would also suggest, if you are sincere about your desire to be a minister, to post this welcome message on your website or blog. This way, your intention is clear and public, and you also have a relatively permanent copy of your message in case it is lost or your ordination request date comes into question.



The Universal Life Church has only two tenets (beliefs/doctrine):

-to promote freedom of religion and
-to do that which is right.


It is the responsibility of the individual to determine what is right as long as it does not infringe on the rights of others and is within the law.



As a minister with the ULC, its own denomination, you are granted the following rights:


- To perform marriages within any US state, following the rules laid out by the state in which you wish to perform said marriage. We are currently working on areas of Canada as well.


- To perform funerals, baptisms, last rites or any other sort of legal ceremony or ritual you wish to perform, except circumcision.


-To start a church of your own.


-To ordain others with their permission through a ULC site.

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