Of The Church of the Spiritual Path
We acknowledge the Great Spirit as the Creator of all, and all
that is. All creation has been imbued with a living energy and Spirit.
We are aware that the Earth is a living entity. Our Mother the Earth harmoniously produces and provides all that gives us life.
The source of our individual strength is the unconditional love for life and is alive in the People.
That is why we humble ourselves in the practice of our religion. As we
sing, dance and- express ourselves through prayer and ceremony, that is
the power of faith and belief that becomes the strength of our
convictions. All beings strive for the harmony that surrounds us. To be
a contributing force that is free of guilt, greed, judgment, ignorance
and justiﬁcation. Our responsibility is to perpetuate our inherited
traditions.uting force that is free of guilt, greed, judgment,
ignorance and justiﬁcation. Our responsibility is to perpetuate our
Formal code of Doctrine and Discipline
1. Respect: Honoring all of our relations which includes family and our
extended family of all thing in nature. In all situations including
disagreements present your position as an opportunity to teach your
view. The members of the Church of Spiritual Path shall always
remember that Mother Earth is a living entity and needs respect and
homage. Elders, ministers and ceremonies should all times be shown
respect. The members of the Church of the Spiritual Path will maintain
Peace and Harmony with all faiths.
2. Truth: Honesty tempered with kindness and sensitivity in your words with all people.
3. Justice: Be fair in your dealing with all people even when doing so would not be in your favor.
4. Activity: Strive to learn with every new experience and sometimes
even innovate in old situations. Spend more of your day working than
5. Philosophy: Having the awareness that all sentient beings deserve
the love, honor, and respect that we give ourselves and our families
and that the planet that we live on is a sentient being that deserves
a. We should do our best to stop toxic waste from
entering our ground water, streams, rivers, oceans and lakes, and to
limit our own personal measure of toxic waste and consumption of
products that lead to toxic waste. We also should envision and share
knowledge of alternative energies and to limit our own use of any fuels
that pollute the air and water.
6. Culture: Holistic Living.
a. We should do our best to eat clean, unadulterated food, uncontaminated by poisons and/or genetic modification.
b. We should do our best to maintain good health, good health care and
to care for our members in there vulnerable stages such as childhood,
pregnancy and elder-hood.
c. We should do our best to respect the inherent right of each person
to develop their sexuality and gender as their authentic self, safely
and with appropriate cultural dignity and respect.