Policies of MoonPath Circle
An Ye Harm None, Do What Ye Will
The Council will use as policy any decision that it has made which it chooses to serve as future guidance.
The Council strives to work by consensus and thus avoid majority votes and Robert's Rules of Order.
Others may be invited to join MoonPath Circle by two Council members who vouch for them, and no other Council member objects.
For the Council to ordain a member of the MoonPath Circle as Elder in Communion, two Council members must vouch for that person and no other Council member object.
We do not charge for ordination.
Anyone denied ordination by us may be referred to the Universal Life Church at www.ulc.org.
We contribute to environmental and community organizations, as a charitable outreach and for visibility.
We document our ongoing activities and have been recognized in the eyes of the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) church and also by the Florida Department of Revenue.
There shall be at least two signers on bank accounts so that no one signs their own reimbursement check.
We list only craft names on our website.
--December 15, 2014
Revised January 22, 2023