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The White Rose Ministry
Reverend Deborah A. Ehmann
The White Rose Ministry is an independent interfaith ministry.
Reverend Deboran Ehmann is an officially and legally ordained minister with years of experince in all aspects of ministry. She holds degrees in divinity, behavioral science, counseling and alternative spiritual traditions.
She also believes that life itself is a major learning experience.
Throughout the past twenty-three years, we have spoken and performed at public meetings in varying degrees, volunteered in day care for pre-schoolers at a Baptist church in Philadelphia, been members of a church choir, visited shut-ins, and those at nursing homes who receive no visitors. We have meetings at our interfaith ministry location and also have an online ministry that reaches people around the world.
Reverend Deborah A. Ehmann
Reverend Deb Ehmann, is an officially ordained minister,
founder and head minister of the White Rose Ministry.
She and her husband have five adult children and seven very beautiful grandchildren!
They share their home with four cats, a large dog, a sparrow and three finches.
Reverend Deborah Picariello
Reverend Deb Picariello is also an officially ordained minister at the White Rose Ministry. She is married and has two wonderful children. They share their home with two dogs and a cat.
* We believe that all people are all spiritual beings.
* We believe that all people are walking on the correct path in life, which, leads them astray.
* We believe in the POWER of LOVE and Healing.
* We believe that love is all encompassing
~ It surrounds us with beauty
~ It makes the weak strong
~ It allows us the courage to face the impossible
* With that said, with LOVE, all things are possible.
Having studied many religious paths, we are open and accepting to all faiths.We have found devout believers sitting right next to the not-so-faithful in many congregations. We have attended services in temples, churches, chapels, meeting halls, parks, and convention centers. And, Reverend Ehmann has traveled as far as Norway and Denmark to visit churches in order to take additional courses in alternative customs.
Above is Heddal Stavkirke, (stavkirke means wooden church in Norwegian), in Telemark, Norway. This beautiful house of worship was built in 1147 and not one metal nail was ever used in the erection of the building, or in any of it's renovations.
We can only imagine this building being used to worship the Viking Gods and Goddesses before the Norse Gods were eventually faded out as a mainstream religion, which took hundreds of years. It's the most amazing house of worship I have ever visited!
Rev. Deb Ehmann
Standing at the front door of Heddal Stavkirke in Notodden, Norway.