Do not love the world or anything in the world. If anyone loves the world, love for the Father[a] is not in them. 16 For everything in the world—the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life—comes not from the Father but from the world. 17 The world and its desires pass away, but whoever does the will of God lives forever. 1 John 2:15
Our Mission is to assist all people in the radical extension of healthy human life, and to provide fellowship for longevity enthusiasts through regular, holiday and memorial services.
Purposes of the Church of Perpetual Life:
• Provide fellowship for longevity enthusiasts through regular services, holiday services, and memorial services for self-preserved individuals.
• Teach scientific rationality along with the Creator’s plan that humanity evolve to achieve markedly extended healthy lifespans.
• Accelerate the Creator’s plan of the Common Task of Humanity, which is to cultivate technology that will facilitate the transformation of life into an environment of perpetual duration.
• Enable information sharing amongst fellow longevity enthusiasts that will facilitate the Common Task.
• Create a sense of belonging, a common bond amongst like-minded individuals, and communal volunteer support for fellow church members who fall ill, who are hospitalized, or otherwise face imminent medical problems.
• Institutionalize the concept of indefinitely extended lifespans so that others are enlightened and can contribute to the Common Task.
• Provide a tangible foundation and physical structure to demonstrate the commitment of the Church of Perpetual Life to provide perpetual support to deanimated members and advance the field of biomedical research.
• Provide group support, peer encouragement, and rational persuasion for Church members and guests to contribute their energies and themselves to the Common Task of Humanity.
The Perpetual Life lending library is now open. Books can be checked out and returned before and after monthly services. Donations of books with health, longevity and inspirational living themes are welcomed and greatly appreciated.
We refer to ourselves as Immortalists, not because we have defeated death, but because we believe that future technology will conquer disease and aging, as well as death itself. While we fully understand that this technology does not appear to be currently available, the impressive history of human problem solving and technological advancement gives us faith in its inevitability.