LifeSpirit Congregational Church founded in 1974 by Rev. Esnur (Ralph Fucetola JD) and the late Kate Greene. Support the work of the Church through this Fundly account. More about the Church here: www.lifespirit.org
LifeSpirit Congregational Church, founded in 1974, has established a Fundly Account to accept donations for church purposes.
The Church provides religious, charitable, research and educational services to the New Age, and its Trustees are incorporated under New Jersey law. Chief among its Teachings is that Higher Consciousness is the true Goal of each Seeker. It also teaches the Law of Equal Liberty: "Do with your own as you will." and the Doctrine of Retreat, which urges the Congregations to eschew secularism. It considers concern with psychic functioning, longevity, living alternatives, healing, mysticism and illumination to be appropriate religious concerns. It sponsors spiritual energy work and licenses and ordains minister practitioners upon due education and certification. It teaches the Great Truth, 'Thou art God (and so am I)'.
It sponsors traditional religious ritual, such as Marriages, Namings, Memorials, and, celebrates, together, four High Holy Days (the equinoxes and solstices), to express our oneness with the Great Cosmic Cycles of Gaia, Luna and Sol. The Teachings have led several of the Congregations, working through church approved auxiliary bodies, to Act in the World by expressing healing and teaching Ministries.
LifeSpirit Center provides spiritual and holistic services to the New Age and alternative community, including information about alternative modalities (from its hundreds of files of such information). LSC sponsors workshops Spiritual Energy Work and Bioenergetic Nutrition for the Alternative and New Age Communities and its Minister Practitioners offer private consultations in BioAcoustics and Bioenergetics.
Thus the members seek their highest potential as individuals through the Teachings, while the Congregations practice Retreat & the Ministries witness the Teachings through voluntary and non-coercive commitment in the wider community, for, as the Doctrine of the Church says, "the Spirit of Life is spontaneous & free."
The Church and its Congregations, Auxiliaries and Ministers do not diagnose, prescribe for, treat or claim to prevent, mitigate or cure disease.