A Better Path to Peace

The face of religion is changing. One hears more today of spirituality and a religion of one’s own rather than traditional organized religions. Inter-spirituality is widely accepted as a path to truth, peace, brotherhood and sisterhood – The world is really one big family!


Rev. Gary Deinstadt, an AFSI Alum once said:

In our world there exists much that separates us: our fenced borders, our cultures, races, age, politics and our religions. AFSI founder and interfaith icon, Rabbi Joseph H. Gelberman, believed that a greater understanding and knowledge of what separates us could only help bring us closer together. All Faiths Seminary International not only honors and sees the truth in all religions, they honor and see the truth in all people; the more we get to know each other, the more we’ll grow to love one another.


As a licensed Interfaith Minister/Spiritual Leader, you will be qualified to spiritually serve individuals from various faiths, creating a sense of “Oneness” in our divisive world. You can perform: private weddings, commitment ceremonies, funerals, baby namings/welcomings, memorial services, vow renewals, handfastings, adoption ceremonies, family unions, ship christenings, business and home blessings animal funerals and blessings. You may also participate in international interfaith associations, religious conferences, the World Parliament of Religions, Interfaith Seminaries, Ashrams, Retreat houses, Holistic Institutes, and the United Nations. You can work in hospitals or assist other pastors/ministers in their churches/temples and maybe even start your own church! You can also create podcasts or webinars on current interfaith topics or write articles, books, and blogs on various Inter-spiritual and Interfaith topics.


At All Faiths Seminary International, you will be taught that there are many paths to God, the Light, the Divine, or if you will, the Source. One thing is for sure, becoming a licensed Interfaith Minister, through AFSI, assures that you will be part of changing the world for good one heart at a time.

A Better Path to Peace

~ Don’t You Think? ~


~ Fran Cosentino, AFSI Bursar/Registrar and Rev. Dr. Kathleen Regan, AFSI Dean

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