LMC Interfaith Ministries is the ordaining body and assigned ministry for Sacred Journey Interfaith Seminary (SJIS)

SJIS is the only Interfaith seminary  of its kind in the southeastern states.  

Sacred Journey Interfaith Seminary is a two year professional training program designed to prepare people to serve the spiritual needs and lives of others.  

We provide extensive guidance, direction, training, and education in the areas of introspection and spiritual growth by way of exposure to Mystery Schools, Eastern Religions, Western Religions, Earth Based Religions, Theological and Humanistic Perspectives, and Ministry as a Vocation.

The Vision of Sacred Journey Interfaith Seminary is the education, graduation and ordination of students as Interfaith (Inter-spiritual/Inner-Faith) Clergy (Clerics/Ministers) who are dedicated to a new world vision of spiritually-based living, in practice and in service to others. 

The 2 Year Path to Sacred Service that leads to ordination as an Interfaith/InterSpiritual Minister is based on a four prong learning paradigm:

Wisdom – In the first year, the seminarian is exposed to the major tenets & beliefs of various religions and paths utilizing a historical - philosophical – and cultural lens. The first year curriculum exposes the seminarian to the understanding of the religions using a didactic - pedagogical and experiential method. In the second year, the seminarian is immersed in the knowledge of ministry and its various elements. 

Rites & Ritual – In the first year the seminarian is introduced to rites and ritual and explores its meaning and symbols through experiential methods. Second year seminarians practice ritual in the context of ministry.

Energy – Seminarians explore energetic and metaphysical elements that apply to spiritual practice (Reiki, breathwork,meditation, crystals, etc). This is done in both first and second year curriculum. 

Reflection -  The component of  self- reflection and introspection is an important element of seminary training and is integral in the first and second year curriculum. This spiritual development is critical for the seminarian in their own spiritual evolution and is accomplished through writing exercises, meditation, and self-reflection. Seminarians are encouraged to "dig deep" about their individual spiritual practice and sacred journey. 

SJIS is located in Wilton Manors, a suburb of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Please see our website for more information:

Sacred Journey Interfaith Seminary