Thursday, April 16, 2015

Re: 4.15.15 Universal One Church Employment and Staffing Opportunities




Universal One Church ministers interested in one or more of each of the following opportunities, please contact brothermichael@universalonechurch.org for more details. Please include the Church name, position offered a long with the city and state for each inquiry. For individuals not ordained by the Universal One Church, please refer to http://www.universalonechurch.org for information on becoming an ordained minister with the Universal One Church.

 

    Worship Pastor

    Central Church - Round Rock

    Round Rock, Texas



    Senior Pastor

    Orchardville Church

    Orchardville, Illinois



    Church Administrator

    Queen's Chapel UMC

    Beltsville, Maryland



    Children's Pastor

    New Venture Christian Fellowship

    Oceanside, California



    Campus Pastor

    Crossroads Community Church

    Freeport, Illinois



    Worship Pastor

    Crossroads Community Church

    Freeport, Illinois



    Worship Leader/Youth Minister

    Fellowship Bible Church

    Jonesboro , Arkansas



    Director of Groups

    Heartland Community Church

    Rockford, Illinois



    Young Adult Director

    Crossroads Bible Church

    Bellevue, Washington



    Marketing/Communications Director

    Westerville Christian Church

    Westerville, Ohio



    Creative Services: Technical Director

    The Woodlands United Methodist Church

    The Woodlands, Texas



    Director of Adult Ministries

    Advent United Methodist Church

    Simpsonville, South Carolina



    Associate Pastor

    Glacierview Baptist Church

    Homer, Alaska



    Campus Pastor

    Timberlake Church

    Redmond, Washington



    Youth and Children's Pastor

    First Baptist Church

    Saint Petersburg, Florida



    Worship Pastor - 1714

    Minister Search

    Harrisburg, Pennsylvania



    Campus Pastor - 1711

    Minister Search

    Orange County, New York



    Executive Director / Head of School

    Calvary Baptist Church & Calvary Schools of Holland

    Holland, Michigan



    Coordinator of Children's Ministry

    St. Andrew's United Methodist

    Findlay, Ohio



    Office Receptionist

    St Thomas United Methodist Church

    Manassas, Virginia



    Pastor of Family Ministries

    Mona Shores Baptist Church

    Norton Shores, Michigan



    Director of Music and Children’s Ministries

    Northminster Presbyterian Church

    Bakersfield, California



    Senior Pastor

    Faith Community Church

    Camden, Delaware



    Senior Pastor

    Trinity Faith Church

    Liberal, Kansas



    Interim/Part Time Music Minister

    Rural Shade Baptist

    Cleveland, Texas



    Interim/Part Time Youth Minister

    Rural Shade Baptist

    Cleveland, Texas



    Minister of Music & Youth

    Rural Shade Baptist

    Cleveland, Texas



    Student Ministries Pastor

    Austin Bluffs Community Church

    Colorado Springs, Colorado



    Worship Arts Director

    Epic Church

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania



    Weekend Lighting Engineer

    Willow Creek Community Church

    South Barrington, Illinois



    Weekend Audio Engineer

    Willow Creek Community Church

    South Barrington, Illinois



    Student Pastor

    Asbury United Methodist Church

    Raleigh, North Carolina



    Grace Fellowship Church - Lead Pastor

    Vanderbloemen Search Group

    Timonium, Maryland



    Children's Ministries Director

    Shelter Cove Community Church

    Modesto, California



    Children’s Ministry Director - 1702

    Minister Search

    San Francisco, California



    Communications Coordinator

    Birmingham United Methodist Church

    Milton, Georgia



    Pastor of Youth and Young Adults

    Westside Vineyard

    Los Angeles, California



    Peachtree Presbyterian Church - Pastor to Families

    Vanderbloemen Search Group

    Atlanta, Georgia



    Church Staff Positions

    Hillside Chapel

    Louisville, Kentucky



    Youth Pastor

    Coastal Community Church

    Cocoa, Florida



    Associate Pastor for Discipleship

    First Baptist Church

    Paducah, Kentucky



    Worship Coordinator

    Clearview United

    Auburn, Alabama



    Student Ministry Resident

    12Stone Church

    Lawrenceville, Georgia



    Associate Minister of Music and Youth

    First Church of Christ

    Atlantic, Iowa



    Pastor (Part Time)

    Feasterville Community Reformed Church

    Feasterville, Pennsylvania



    Worship Pastor

    Jakarta International Baptist Church

    Jakarta, NA



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Universal One Church, Inc. 
803 Tallahassee Street
Carrabelle, FL. 32322-3220 USA
Phone: (850)720-1061

Hours: 8:30 - 5:30 EST After Hours: Please Leave a Message

Email: brothermichael@universalonechurch.org

Visit Our Website at: http://www.universalonechurch.org

Mission Statement:

"The Universal One Church defends the unborn, feeds the hungry, shelters the homeless, educates the young, welcomes refugees, and cares for the sick, both at home and abroad. They believe the Bible is the verbally inspired, inerrant Word of God."

Ordination

"A vocation is a fruit that ripens in a well cultivated field of mutual love that becomes mutual service, in the context of an authentic ecclesial life. No vocation is born of itself or lives for itself. A vocation flows from the heart of God and blossoms in the good soil of faithful people, in the experience of fraternal love. We are designed with a dreaming brain and a hopeful spirit; it is our nature to envision the life of our dreams. And while dreaming comes easy to us, we must never forget that it takes strength, dedication, and courageous action to bring that dream to life."

Do you wish to pursue a vocation in ministry - become a minister, get ordained or serve as a wedding officiant? We provide ordination to men and women enabling work in all facets of Christian Ministry with ministers in the USA, Canada, UK, Africa, South America, Germany, India, France, Switzerland, Thailand, Japan, Australia, China, Mexico and many other countries throughout the world.

Summary

The Universal One Church as the name implies is a worldwide Religious Non-Profit Organization, extending its reach to the every corner of the globe. The Universal One Church offers weekly Sunday Services, Bible Study and faith based programming on the Universal One Church Radio Network and through iHeartRadio. Note: Any transmission hereof of any kind without the express written permission of the Universal One Church is strictly prohibited.

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Saturday, April 11, 2015

Universal One Church Weekly Newsletter and Bulletin - 4.12.15

The Universal One Church
"Since 1889 - A Friend of The Family" 
Newsletter and Bulletin For Sunday, April 12th, 2015

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Brother Michael's Notebook


I hope you have received and read our newsletters over the course of the past 30 days as we have opted to make a minor change with our name of “Universal Life Church” to “Universal One Church.” Our reasoning is to separate ourselves from the non-Christian spin offs and the negativity associated with these imposter entities. What kind of church would ordain followers of satan or atheists? These other entities are not churches, but ordination assembly lines that carry on like a fast food joint promoting twenty million or so ordained.

I accept full responsibility with this name fiasco, by choosing the wrong name to begin with. However, I have righted a wrong and I am prepared to move ahead to greater heights than ever before. We are not in competition with anyone, but the Universal Life Church name is tainted and it is the butt of jokes. No longer will I subject you or Jesus Christ to be victimized or looked upon as being inferior amongst your peers within the Christian clergy. Change has become necessary and voluntarily we have opted to implement this change. Whether you have ULC or U1C credentials in your possession, they are all legal and valid. Upon your annual renewal if you have not as of yet received U1C credentials, they will be updated at that time. 

brothermichael@universalonechurch.org please use this email address in place of ulc@ulcnetwork.com 

Once again here are our new website addresses: 

www.universalonechurch.org - corporate (main) 
www.universalonechurch.com - redirect 
www.universalonechurch.net - redirect 
www.universalonechurchministers.org - ministers network 
www.universaonechurchnews.org - weekly newsletter and bulletin 
www.universalonechurchblog.org - daily readings and minister's blog 
www.universalonechurchrecipe.org – recipes

Please refer to our previous newsletters via the link above or via the Information Page or two Newsfeeds within our Universal One Church Minister's Network for additional information concerning the name change.







Animal Ministry and Hospice Care



As most of you who know me you know I have a love affair with animals. At the current time I have an eleven year old mixed breed, a Reddish Brown Choo Choo as her Mama Tee calls her. My daughter Heather who was living with me at the time brought home the runt of the litter from two dogs of her mother who had a litter. Heather named this puppy Sugar. Sugar as soon as Heather put her down on the floor, Sugar came running to her new daddy, yours truly. Eleven years later she is still my shadow. I just couldn’t stand the name Sugar and since this dog had a propensity for Chewing up my furniture and since she looked like Chewbacca of Star Wars fame, I just had to name her Chewy. Chewy is a loving member of our family, we all love Chewy and she loves us unconditionally.

These folks who say “Well she is just a dog!” she maybe, but this dog has as much love for us as we have for our friends and family. I love Chewy and I do not gauge love on who I love more, I love everyone. When we lose Chewy, we will be losing a family member, someone we each love and care deeply for. It just won’t be the same without her.

I was giving thought to supporting an animal non-profit organization such as P.E.T.A. or A.S.P.C.A., but you know what after reading this article captioned below and others, you just do not know who to believe.

Wherefore this is a CALL TO ACTION for anyone of you who might be interested in Animal Ministry. There is a huge call for it and traditional churches do not even consider Animal Ministry to be a legitimate ministerial pursuit. I differ in opinion with them, there is a huge need not just for hospice type care and for assisting those grieving the loss of a loved one, but for ministers who perform funeral services for pets as well. In addition I believe Animal Ministry needs to focus on abuse within so called animal charities, as I was appalled after reading this article captioned below.

The Universal One Church will support financially any Minister who establishes a viable and legitimate non-profit, 501C(3) Animal Ministry, just the same as we support St Jude Children’s Research Hospital.


Who Is Really Standing for Animals? 
  Written By: Nathan J. Winograd, Huffington Post 

We are a nation of animal lovers. Collectively, we share our homes with 90 million cats and 75 million dogs. We talk to them, keep their pictures in our wallets, celebrate their birthdays, travel with them, and greet them upon coming home even before saying hello to our spouses and kids. We include them in holiday festivities and take time off from work to care for them when they are sick. And when it is time to say good-bye, we grieve.

Every year, Americans spend more than 50 billion dollars on their animal companions and donate hundreds of millions of dollars more to charities that promise to help animals, with the largest of these having annual budgets in excess of 100 million dollars. In fact, giving to animal related causes is the fastest growing segment in American philanthropy. In a national poll, 96 percent of Americans--almost every single person surveyed--said we have a moral duty to protect animals and we should have strong laws to do so, while over half have changed their lifestyle to protect animals and their habitats. And three out of four Americans believe it should be illegal for shelters to kill animals if those animals are not suffering.


Most Americans hold the humane treatment of companion animals as a personal value, reflected in our laws, the proliferation of organizations founded for animal protection, increased spending on animal care, and great advancements in veterinary medicine. So it is no surprise that we've also made charities that promise to help animals in need very, very rich.

In fact, collectively, the Humane Society of the United States, the ASPCA, and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals take in roughly $300,000,000 per year--a powerful testament not only to the love the American people have for animals and their desire to see them protected, but our collective faith in these organization to represent the animals' best interest.

When it comes to animal sheltering in particular, these groups are often deferred to for guidance and advice. Through their advocacy, campaigns, programs, conferences, publications and websites, and in their outreach to state and local governments which are debating issues relating to animal sheltering, these groups enjoy tremendous influence. To the media, to the public and to legislators, our nation's large animal protection organizations are often seen as undisputed "experts" when it comes to how our shelters should operate.

Unfortunately, this view is a distinction deeply at odds with their actual accomplishments on behalf of companion animals or, more accurately, lack thereof. For behind their hallowed, pedigreed names is a tragic and sordid history of undermining, rather than leading, one of the causes they were founded to promote: the welfare of our nation's companion animals.

Nationwide, there are four million animals being killed in our nation's shelters every year. Animals entering the average shelter in America today only have a one in two chance of making it out alive and in some communities, only one out of 100 do. This is a national tragedy. And although our nation's largest animal protection groups have told us that this killing is a tragic necessity, it is not.


Today, there are 90 communities--representing about 300 cities and towns--that have ended the killing of healthy and treatable animals in their shelters. In these communities, upwards of 99% of all shelter animals go out the front door in the loving arms of adopters, rather than out the back door in body bags. By embracing a new and innovative form of animal sheltering known as the No Kill Equation, the shelters in these communities have abandoned the traditional "catch and kill" sheltering platform promoted by our national animal protection groups and as a result, have transformed their shelters from places where animals go to die, to places where animals are guaranteed a home. Yet despite the success of this model in diverse communities nationwide, this new model of animal sheltering faces powerful and paradoxical opposition: HSUS, the ASPCA, and PETA challenge its widespread implementation at every opportunity.

Of the numerous communities across the nation which have ended the killing of healthy and treatable animals, not a single one achieved success by following the recommendations or guidance of these groups. In fact, in many cases, animal lovers had to fight one or more of these organizations in order to succeed.

Indeed, while the national animal protection organizations frequently cite the slowly declining national death rate as proof that their work is having a positive impact, in reality, the programs and protocols that have led to this decline--foster care, proactive adoption programs, volunteer programs, low cost spay/neuter, neutering and releasing feral cats and working collaboratively with rescue groups, among others--were all opposed by the large organizations when grassroots activists pioneered them and in the case of PETA, they still oppose many of them, arguing that all free-living cats and all dogs who look like pit bulls should be executed. In other words, the national death rate is declining in spite of these organizations, and not because of them.

The shelter in Davidson County, North Carolina, for example, has a history of killing kittens and puppies using the gas chamber in violation of state law. It has a history of killing elderly and sick animals by gassing, which is also illegal. And, according to an eyewitness, shelter employees put a raccoon in the gas chamber with a mother cat and her kitten in order to sadistically watch them fight before they died, laughing while they did so. A contractor who was working at the shelter told the County Board, "The gas chamber has two windows, one on either side. The raccoon and the adult cat started fighting. Then they turned the gas on. The adult cat got on one corner and the raccoon got on the other, and as soon as they turned on the gas, the kitten started shaking and going into convulsions."


With almost nine out of 10 animals put to death, a number that is increasing, not decreasing, animal lovers call the Davidson County shelter a "disgrace," "disgusting," "horrific," and "savage." The Humane Society of the United States, however, gave the shelter its highest award for North Carolina, calling it "a shelter we love." Not to be outdone, the ASPCA once named a shelter which killed seven out of 10 animals the best shelter in America. And PETA frequently comes to the defense of shelters which kill, even those with a history of neglect and abuse. They even kill animals themselves--29,426 in the last 11 years--including those they have promised to find homes for and which PETA employees described as "healthy," "perfect" and "adorable."

These are not aberrations. In Memphis, Tennessee, dogs are starved to death in the shelter. In DeKalb County, Georgia, animal control officers step on cats while killing them, breaking their bones. In Chesterfield, South Carolina, shelter employees use dogs for target practice, taking turns trying to shoot them in the head. In the New York City pound, animals go without food and water, languish in filth, and receive no pain relief for chronic injuries. In Los Angeles, California, a rabbit was left in her cage for approximately one week with her spine exposed. Also discovered in the cage were a dead rabbit, his decomposing body covered with flies, and another rabbit with an eye popping out of his socket. None of the rabbits had food or water.

As the movement to end shelter killing and to ensure the implementation of the No Kill Equation at shelters across the nation has grown in size and sophistication, the networking made possible through the internet and social media has allowed animal lovers to connect the dots between individual cases of animal cruelty and neglect in shelters nationwide. These incidents reveal a distinct pattern. Animal abuse at local shelters is not an isolated anomaly caused by a few bad apples. The stunning number and severity of these cases nationwide lead to one disturbing and inescapable conclusion: our shelters are in crisis and in desperate need of reform.


And yet without exception, whenever animal lovers have developed innovative and compassionate alternatives to killing or have brought the need for greater regulation to light, the large, national animal protection groups have opposed them. Staffed with former animal shelter directors and employees who themselves failed to save lives, threatened by the success of the No Kill Equation, and dedicated to protecting their friends and colleagues currently running shelters who are likewise failing to do the work necessary to save rather than end the lives of the animals in their care, these groups do not represent the interests of the animals who are being killed, but rather those who are doing the killing. They argue that such reforms are unnecessary, and that, paradoxically, any alternative to killing or any form of regulating shelters to ensure that animals are treated with compassion and are not needlessly killed is not only unnecessary, but will actually put animals in harm's way.

When a statewide survey found that 71 percent of rescue organizations reported that they were turned away from New York State shelters and then those shelters killed the very animals those groups offered to save, the ASPCA fought to maintain the status quo, defeating legislation that would have given rescue groups the right to save at private expense, the animals shelters are killing at taxpayer expense. When animal lovers in Texas tried to end the practice of gassing animals, a slow and exceedingly cruel way for animals to die, a coalition of animal control groups led by HSUS defeated the bill. PETA was part of the opposition that defeated legislation in Virginia to end the statewide practice of shelter's killing animals when there are empty cages, when rescue groups are willing to save them, and in the case of feral cats, when they can be neutered and released.

Whether by coming to the defense of regressive shelter directors, working to defeat progressive shelter reform legislation, fighting new and innovative programs to save lives, or calling for the wholesale slaughter of entire groups of animals in shelters, HSUS, the ASPCA, PETA are the biggest barrier to ensuring the survival of animals in shelters today. And with virtually unlimited resources raised through appeals and commercials that prey on the emotions of animal lovers with the false message that they will fight for animals, rather than against them, these groups present a powerful opponent to those working to reform cruel and abusive shelters nationwide.

We trusted these groups, content to write them checks to do the job of overseeing our nation's shelters while we looked the other way because the "experts" were in charge, and in so doing, have allowed our shelters to remain virtually unsupervised and unregulated for decades, with devastating results.

Only time will tell how long allegiance to their kill-oriented colleagues, to their antiquated philosophies and to their failed models will hold them from the success the No Kill movement can achieve the moment they decide to embrace it. But of this much we can be certain: it is a generous and animal-loving American public that pays their salaries. And the more Americans hinge their donations on an organization's sincerity, integrity and performance rather than its superficial label, the sooner our nation's large, animal protection groups will be forced -- by sheer necessity -- to start building, rather than blocking, the road to a brighter future for America's animals.






U1C Prison Ministry



REMEMBER - We are imprisoned as one, not just with Jesus Christ, but with each and every inmate and prisoner as well.  Those incarcerated are not to be abandoned or cast off by society. Prison Ministry is another area where I feel there is a huge need and it is one so many ministers do not even consider as part of their ministry.

Hebrews 13:3 - Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you also are in the body.


Matthew 25:35-46 - For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me.’ Then the righteous will answer him, saying, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you drink? And when did we see you a stranger and welcome you, or naked and clothe you? And when did we see you sick or in prison and visit you?’ ...

The US has 5% of the world's population but 25% of the world’s prison population. There were 300,000 inmates in 1972. Two million by the year 2000. A half million more than China. Ten years ago there were five private prisons in the US. Today there are about 100. Prison building is a big business.

Over Easter the President shortened sentences of 22 federal prisoners. These were people who, for the most part, were locked up for minor drug offenses which would not be considered criminal today. Each prisoner received a letter from the President. An exhortation from the most powerful person in the world to the least.


An excerpt:

"The power to grant commutations is one of the most profound authorities granted to the President of the United States. It embodies the basic belief in our democracy that people deserve a second chance ... I believe in your ability to prove the doubters wrong."

It is worth remembering that Christ granted clemency to a woman about to be stoned yet was denied it by a politician. Could be one of the reasons true religion is defined as visiting (spending time with, having mercy on, rehabilitating, experiencing life with) those in prison.

A reminder to include a mercy clause into our worldview and daily lifestyle. The greatest prison, is after all, the human mind that no longer finds it possible to forgive.


~ Brother Michael 





MOVIES ADDED TO UNIVERSAL ONE CHURCH VIDEO AND TV


Just Click on The Title to Watch. - All are full length and family oriented. There is no violence or pornography or nudity. The Passion of Christ is quite violent and it maybe very disturbing to young children. Please use your discretion. When the Passion of Christ was first released, my son and I went to see it and the scenes with Christ being beaten were too violent for each of us to watch. Other than that it is an excellent movie, but one I would think twice about taking my grandchildren to.

The Story of Ruth
The Gospel of Luke
The Acts of The Apostles
Gospel of John - The Life
Daniel From The Bible
Moses
Jacob
Joseph
David in The Bible
Solomon
Ben Hur
David and Goliath with Orson Wells
Sodom and Gomorrah
Holy Bible of Exodus

The Book of Acts
The Book of Psalms
The Book of Romans
The Book of James
The Book of Proverbs
Jeremiah
The Gospel of Matthew
Abraham
Ester
Mary of Nazareth
Bells of St Marys

Previous Additions

God of Wonders - Scientists
Jesus - 1979
A Christmas Carol
The Nativity Story
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
The Christmas Card






Universal Life Church Radio Programming
Spreaker Apps for iPhone & iPod - http://itunes.apple.com/app/id388449677


 
Sunday Night Universal Mass

From Dallas/Ft Worth, Texas with Reverend Bruce Micciulla Presiding, it is the Sunday Universal Mass, heard by millions throughout the world on iHeartRadio and the Universal One Church Radio Network. 7PM EST









Wednesday Night Bible Study

Join in at 9PM EST Live Every Wednesday Evening From Lafayette, IN. For Our Worldwide, Global Podcast on Universal One Church Radio With Rev Dr. David Stembaugh, DD., Presiding for our Universal One Church Wednesday Night Bible Study and Services. Rev Dr. David Stembaugh, DD, is the Executive Secretary to the Board and the Executive Director of Biblical Studies for the Universal One Church.








Universal One Church Weekly Address

Reverend Michael J. Cauley (Brother Michael) the Presiding Bishop for the Universal One Church hosts this weekly address at 8:PM on Wednesday night. Previous broadcasts are available FREE ON DEMAND


Universal One Church Weekly Address With Brother Michael





Dr. B Real Talk Radio

Listeners tuning into Dr. B. Real Talk Radio, have the opportunity to view themselves and the world around them differently. Dr. B. provides a new and upbeat twist to today's current events and trending topics with "straight talk-no filter." Tune in with Dr. B. and Co-Host, "Lexi." Be informed. Be empowered. Be the change you want to see. Dr. Alice Belcher, is a facilitator, writer and social justice change agent and host of Dr. B. Real Talk Radio. Listen Live Friday's at 7:00 pm CST. Previous broadcasts are available FREE ON DEMAND







Veteran's Newstalk From Vietnam

Sundays at 9PM EST - Join Rev Abel Santos of the Universal One Church, for Religion in the news and straight talk from a Vietnam Veteran with how serving his country has affected his beliefs or others beliefs and their faith. 

Veteran's Newstalk From Vietnam Hosted By Reverend Abel Santos





Life and Light Ministry With Reverend James Heine

Life and light Ministries The Christian Way. Join us each week as Rev. James Heine from Crystal Lake, IL. (Located 1/2 way between Chicago and Rockford) will provide both prayer and advice on living a clean Christian life style.






Circuit Rider With Rev. Edward Terry and Friends

Friday Nights @ 8:PM - 10:PM EST Join Country Western and Gospel, Singer, Songwriter, Entertainer and Preacher Edward Terry (Ordained by the Universal One Church) with just some of the many gifts this man has to offer. Previous broadcasts available FREE ON DEMAND. 






Rev. Victor Martinez For The Spanish Community

Thursday @ 8:PM PST on the Universal One Church Radio Network, Join Rev. Victor Martinez from Los Angeles, CA. - Deleitate en el Señor, y el te concederá los deseos de tu corazón! Salmo 37:4 "Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart" 








The Holy Rosary in Spanish

On Thursday Night @ 9PM est - Join Rev. Rita Garcia as she prays the Holy Rosary. Note: This show is broadcast in Spanish. 







KJV - The Holy Bible Narrative Audio

The Universal One Church is the home to the Audio Version of the King James Version of The Holy Bible. FREE ON DEMAND, From Genesis to Revelation. 365/24/7 


KJV - The Holy Bible Narrative Audio From Genesis to Revelation




Vatican Radio Daily World News

The Universal One Church is home to Vatican Radio News, Monday through Friday. You can listen live or to any previous broadcast FREE ON DEMAND.



 Contact Information & Mission Statement



Universal One Church, Inc.
803 Tallahassee Street
Carrabelle, FL. 32322-3220 USA
Phone: (850)720-1061

Hours: 8:30 - 5:30 EST After Hours: Please Leave a Message


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Email: brothermichael@universalonechurch.org

Visit Our Website at: http://www.universalonechurch.org

Mission Statement:

"The Universal One Church defends the unborn, feeds the hungry, shelters the homeless, educates the young, welcomes refugees, and cares for the sick, both at home and abroad. They believe the Bible is the verbally inspired, inerrant Word of God."

Ordination

"A vocation is a fruit that ripens in a well cultivated field of mutual love that becomes mutual service, in the context of an authentic ecclesial life. No vocation is born of itself or lives for itself. A vocation flows from the heart of God and blossoms in the good soil of faithful people, in the experience of fraternal love. We are designed with a dreaming brain and a hopeful spirit; it is our nature to envision the life of our dreams. And while dreaming comes easy to us, we must never forget that it takes strength, dedication, and courageous action to bring that dream to life."

Do you wish to pursue a vocation in ministry - become a minister, get ordained or serve as a wedding officiant? We provide ordination to men and women enabling work in all facets of Christian Ministry with ministers in the USA, Canada, UK, Africa, South America, Germany, India, France, Switzerland, Thailand, Japan, Australia, China, Mexico and many other countries throughout the world.

Summary

The Universal One Church as the name implies is a worldwide Religious Non-Profit Organization, extending its reach to the every corner of the globe. The Universal One Church offers weekly Sunday Services, Bible Study and faith based programming on the Universal One Church Radio Network and through iHeartRadio. Note: Any transmission hereof of any kind without the express written permission of the Universal One Church is strictly prohibited.
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