Shop for Online Ordination Certificates at the Church of Spiritual Humanism

By: Spiritual Humanism  06-Dec-2011
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Welcome to the Spiritual Humanist Online Shop where you can order clergy packs and other items for the practice of Spiritual Humanism.

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This package includes only the most important basic supplies needed to be a practicing member of the ordained clergy.
* Booklet detailing customs and practices of Spiritual Humanism
* Five "Get Ordained Free" cards so that you can help others become ordained clergy

* One Blank Ceremonial Certificate of your choice:

-Nondenominational Baby Naming Certificate

-Marriage Certificate

-Affirmation of Love Certificate

This package includes everything needed to be a practicing member of the ordained clergy.
* Booklet detailing customs and practices of Spiritual Humanism
* Ten "Get Ordained Free" cards so that you can help others become ordained clergy
* Blank nondenominational baby naming certificate
* Blank nondenominational marriage certificate
* Blank nondenominational affirmation of love certificate

To Order:

Deluxe Clergy Service Pack - $89.95 (+$6.95 S&H)

This package includes everything we have to get your religious services jump started and up and running!
* Official "Clergy" parking placard for your car windshield
* Booklet detailing customs and practices of Spiritual Humanism
* Fifteen "Get Ordained Free" cards so that you can help others become ordained clergy
* Five blank nondenominational baby naming certificates
* Five blank nondenominational marriage certificates
* Five blank nondenominational affirmation of love certificates
* Five blank nondenominational "handfasting" certificates
* Five blank nondenominational renewal of marriage certificates
* A "Letter of Good Standing" which is required by some jurisdictions to certify your status with the Church

To Order:

Order the Manual & CD - $24.95 (+4.95 S&H)

Just get the Manual and CD that comes with the Advanced or Deluxe Pack without any certificates or other items.
* The new An indispensable resource for anyone interested in performing religious services and rituals from a humanist perspective. This new edition contains much updated material with information on the history of The Church of Spiritual Humanism, dates and times for equinox and solstices, and much more. Includes samples and suggestions for weddings, commitment ceremonies, baby naming ceremonies, handfastings, invocations, other religious services and ceremonies, and guidelines on how clergy can write own religious services. Also includes master copies of reproducible forms and certificates and directions on how to complete them.

To Order:

The Spiritual Humanism Build a Better World Coloring Book, great for teaching kids at your humanist 'sunday school.'
* Includes a lesson plan to help guide you in instructing your own youth group.

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You can also donate funds directly to the Church of Spiritual Humanism. Donations and the funds from sales on this web page will be used to maintain our web presence, produce publications, develop other projects to promote Spiritual Humanism, and fund the purchase of a permanent location for our regular religious services. The church is organized as a non-profit religious organization that is exempt from taxes under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). Donations to the church may be tax deductible.
The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

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