What is an Interfaith / Interspiritual Minister?

"We love life, not because we are used to living but because we are used to loving." - Friedrich Nietzsche

I firmly believe that beneath the diversity of theological beliefs, rites, and observances lies a deeper unity of experience that is our shared spiritual heritage. All authentic spiritual paths, at their mystical core, are committed to the common values of peace, compassionate service, and love for all creation. An inner life awakened to responsibility and love naturally expresses itself through engaged spirituality, in what Wayne Teasdale refers to as “acts of compassion…, contributing to the transformation of the world and the building of a nonviolent, peace-loving culture that includes everyone.” (The Mystic Heart)

I firmly believe that beneath the diversity of theological beliefs, rites, and observances lies a deeper unity of experience that is our shared spiritual heritage. All authentic spiritual paths, at their mystical core, are committed to the common values of peace, compassionate service, and love for all creation. An inner life awakened to responsibility and love naturally expresses itself through engaged spirituality, in what Wayne Teasdale refers to as “acts of compassion…, contributing to the transformation of the world and the building of a nonviolent, peace-loving culture that includes everyone.” (The Mystic Heart)

An Interfaith / Interspiritual Minister is…

Is uniquely qualified to bridge the sacred and the secular and to celebrate both the diversity and unity, in service to anyone in need, no matter their worldview or tradition of origin.

Assists others in making meaning of life’s events and sees all of life’s circumstances as opportunities for growth and evolution.

Is committed to deepening their own relationship to the Divine and supporting. others in discovering and deepening theirs.

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