How do I join Dudeism?
An Open-Source Religion Everyone can get ordained for free – men and women of all ages. To become a fully certified Dudeist priest, all you need to do is fill a form and then wait for the official document. From that moment on, you are entitled to preside over weddings, funerals, and preside over religious ceremonies.
Is Dudeism recognized?
An estimated 450,000 Dudeist Priests have been ordained worldwide as of May 2017 and marriages have been officiated legally by Dudeist clergy in some US states.
What is a Dudeist minister?
As an ordained Dudeist Priest, you can minister over religious ceremonies in most U.S. States (laws vary, so check with your local County Clerk first), and assorted other countries. Preside over a wedding, funeral, or any kind of celebration with pride and authority.
Is Dudeism a recognized religion in the UK?
Re: UK Dudeism Jedi Knights are a recognized religion in the UK, at least according to the BBC.
Can you get ordained as a Dudeist Minister for free?
Ordaining is totally free and there are no obligations. If you have a question, please contact us directly, not in the comments below. Help promote Dudeism!
How much does a Dudeism ordination certificate cost?
Contains: 1 Ordination certificate, 1 Ordained Dudeist Priest Patch, 1 Dudefish patch, 2 Dudefish stickers, 1 Bumper sticker and 1 Letter of Good Standing. Purchased individually all this would cost $31.00, so this kit saves you almost 30%. Important: Please fill out the two fields below, or there will be no name and date on your materials.
Where can I get free prints of Dudeism?
We’ve finally launched Abide University! It’s a laid-back online learning center for followers and fans of Dudeism. You can get a free Ph.D or other degree in several different fields of study, and you can also purchase a super-high quality gold-sealed, frameable print here.
Can a Dude Priest minister at a wedding?
Show the world that you’ve got what it takes to take it easy . As an ordained Dudeist Priest, you can minister over religious ceremonies in most U.S. States (laws vary, so check with your local County Clerk first), and assorted other countries. Preside over a wedding, funeral, or any kind of celebration with pride and authority.