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Welcome to the Cannabis Life Church

You probably have a lot of questions. Don't worry, we have a lot of answers. Just don't ask us about the meaning of life.

What are you?

We are a non-denominational religious organization. Anyone and everyone is welcome to join our "congregation."

What do you do?

We do lots of things. We assist our congregation members in obtaining their medicine, provide daily educational resources, and help those in need.

A church? Why?

A few reasons. We believe that the human body does not just coincidentially have cannabinoid receptors. Humanity has over the course of its existence adapted to cannabis to recognize the benefits it provides. This is our belief. Otherwise, we are non-denominational. That does not mean we are not religious, our congregation consists of members from many faiths. Certain states have adapted "religious freedom" laws. As a religion, we have a stronger defense for our congregation members living in states where cannabis is illegal, but the state has religious freedom laws. That being said, our congregation rules state that medicating outside of your residence is a huge "no no."

Can I become a member of your congregation?

Yes. There is a section that says "Congregation" that you can use to register. Membership is free.

I want to help. How can I?

Please send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We are always looking for success stories of how cannabis assists people, volunteers, and supporters.

What can I do if I am a member of your congregation and my rights are violated?

Contact us immediately. Keep record of everything. E-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We have a volunteer legal team, and may be able to assist you. If you have a previous conviction for a cannabis-related offense, please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. As a religious organization, one of our goals is to erase cannabis convictions that can be deemed as "frivolous" and unnecessary.