Rev. Sandra K. Westrope

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Every person has the inherent God-given right (and responsibility) to peacefully determine what is right. If what you sincerely believe does not interfere with the rights of others, or break the law, it is not the province of the state or the church to govern your activity. We are advocates of religious freedom. The Universal Life Church enables you to peacefully pursue your spiritual beliefs without interference from any outside agency, and to answer a calling which might otherwise be denied. 

Our Belief

  Our Objective: Eternal ProgressionOur Goal: A fuller life for everyoneOur Slogan: To Live and Help LiveThe Universal Life Church has no traditional doctrine. We, as an organization, believe in that which is right. Each individual has the privilege and responsibility to determine what is right for him—as long as it does not infringe on the rights of others. We do not stand between you and your God. We are active advocates of the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America.We are advocates of the Good Life. We want to be competent, proficient and cooperative; to love our fellow man, to appreciate, to be humble, to be honest, to be moral, to live positively, to be what we profess. 

The Universal Life Church

  Universal Life Church was founded in the late 1950’s. We have grown to be the largest church of ordained ministers in the world. Our maxim, “We Are One” has encompassed the people all over the world. In our efforts to bring people together, we have helped start many churches and organizations from one coast to the other. We promote no one religion. Our goal is to break down the walls around all religions. One way of accomplishing this is to educate the people. When you begin to learn about the various religions, you will begin to see the similarities. Every religion is not complete within itself. Each religion in history has drawn on others for material. Here, it is possible to draw on each religion, thereby learning that was are one people, and truly that we have one religion. 

More Information

For  more information, please contact me by phone at (215) 479-1646. You can also send an E-mail.