On Dec. 6, 2012, Jesse Hughes, aka Boots Electric, leader of the Los Angeles-based rock band Eagles of Death Metal, was ordained as a minster by the Universal Life Church World Headquarters. The ULC World Headquarters ordains men and women from all over the world as non-denominational ministers. Hughes considers his ordination the next logical step in living his faith, and an opportunity to serve a larger community of believers while simultaneously pursuing his career as a musician.
Hughes, a committed conservative and devout Christian, believes his status as a ULC minister will also offer him a powerful platform for outreach about his beliefs and a chance to engage in constructive dialogue—not only about religion but about a host of contemporary issues. “This is something I’m really passionate about,” he says. “I take it as seriously as I do my music. And now I can reach out to a wide audience with my faith, just I like I do with the band.”
Further announcements related to Hughes’ projects as a ULC minister are expected soon. About The Universal Life Church The Universal Life Church World Headquarters ordains Men and/or Women throughout the world as REAL faith based, Christian Ministers. Clergy members ordained through the Universal Life Church World Headquarters serve in all facets of the ministry, the only Universal Life Church where ordinations are recognized and accepted in the United States of America and throughout the world. The Universal Life Church World Headquarters ordains individuals as Non-Denominational Ministers and/or as Independent Catholic Priests. For more information about the Universal Life Church World Headquarters or if you have ever thought of a vocation as a Minister, please check out their website at: https://www.ulcnetwork.com
Click on the image below to read the full article!