Join Us on a Journey of Spiritual Development and Ministry Training

Jul 20, 2023

Welcome to OneSpirit, where we provide a safe space for your unique personal journey! No matter who you are or where you’re from, we believe that everyone’s path is unique, and shaped by their diverse life experiences. Our newly designed Aspen Path and Sylvan Path cater to diverse learning styles and preferences, ensuring that everyone feels safe, cared for, and fully supported. We value each other’s experiences and differences and know we have a lot to learn from each other, which is why we want you to bring your full self to our training.

At OneSpirit, we believe in the power of curiosity and the immense potential within each of us. Our transformative process goes beyond the classroom and is nourished by the relationships we build with fellow students, tutors, and the world around us. Whether you’re preparing for ministry or rediscovering your authentic connection to life, our curriculum acts as a catalyst for your personal development. Wondering if this training is for you? This training is meant for everyone, regardless of the path you’ve walked or currently walk. We don’t value certain experiences over others, or require a minimum level of educational or academic achievement. What matters is your willingness to learn with an open head and heart, an ability to engage in honest self-reflection and be aware of your impact on those around you.

Simply join us as you are, and rest assured that you’ll be in a safe space where you can feel your feelings and connect with others who are on similar paths of self-discovery and growth. For over 25 years, we’ve empowered open-hearted adults to cultivate their own unique paths through our Ministry training program, which draws from wisdom traditions found in various faith paths worldwide. Our curriculum covers a range of topics that nurture inner leadership and peace-making, from spiritual accompaniment to sacred activism.

For 2023, we are excited to introduce two newly designed pathways: the Aspen Path and the Sylvan Path. Choose the Aspen Pathway for a fully online experience or the Sylvan Pathway for immersive in-person experiences through three 5-day retreats each year. Upon completing the 2-year training, you’ll graduate in 2025 as a fully ordained interfaith minister! So, what exactly does that mean? It means you’ll be the bridge between faith and no faith – bringing love to the focus. Whether you have a set belief or believe in the power of people or love; an Interfaith Minister seeks to promote your own wholeness. Don’t miss out on this life-transforming opportunity – enrol before the Sept 30, 2023 deadline to embark on this journey. Ignite the flame that burns within and create a ripple of positive transformation in the world. Discover more about each below and choose the one that resonates with you!

 

After completing the exhilarating 2-year training, you’ll graduate as a fully ordained interfaith minister. 

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