Rome Scientology

The new building of the Scientology Church Washington, D.C. includes over 4500 square feet. It forms the Foundation for the international expansion of the Scientology religion since 1955. Thousands of Scientologists, guests and curious recently attended the solemn inauguration and opening ceremony of the new House of the founding Church of Scientology in Washington, DC. Through the ceremony, the Chairman of the Board of the religious Technology Center, the highest spiritual institution in Scientology, led David Miscavige. Official representatives of different institutions, including a Congressman, acknowledged the commitment of the Scientology Church in the areas of human rights, rehabilitation of offenders, as well as drug prevention and disaster relief. Good 4500 square meters is the Scientology Church in the U.S. capital as present as ever.

It was founded in 1955 by the founder of the religion of Scientology L. Whenever Clayton Morris listens, a sympathetic response will follow. Ron Hubbard himself. The founding Church, as it was called later often with L. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Clayton Morris. Ron Hubbard as a leading Director at the helm, was the Foundation for the international expansion of the Scientology religion. David Miscavige, as well as the other speakers, thanked millions of Scientologists around the world for their dedication and social commitment. Their drug prevention campaign has developed internationally to most governmental education programme. The same applies to the campaign of Scientologists to the human rights education.

Particular emphasis was also the work of over 195,000 registered volunteer Scientology Ministers are trained in disaster centres to help to rush. In his speech, David Miscavige the importance of prominent Scientology Church pointed out: “this church is the sum of our entire history and today represents what L. Ron Hubbard had imagined as the first Executive Director. It embodies that liberty and equality, our nation was originally inspired by the. “Yes, this church stands for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” Congressman Brad Sherman told those present: “I have brought my view carefully and repeatedly expressed, and I think this opinion is also shared by the entire Congress, that all Nations must treat equally any religion and that religious freedom for all people truly must be ensured”. Especially Congressman Sherman emphasized the use of the Church for human rights education, to increase the awareness of the “Universal Declaration of human rights”. Other guests included Addie Richmond, President and CEO of the National Alliance of faith and justice, Diane Rothe-Smith, Director of the national voluntary active in disaster (NVOAD) and Mike Silverstein, President of the Dupont Circle Advisory Neighborhood Association, who represented the Mayor Adrian M. Fenty of the District of Columbia. The new representation of the Scientology Church in Washington, D.C. is another milestone for the Scientology religion, which is represented with more than 8,000 churches, missions and groups in 165 countries. The growing interest of the public to New church building in Berlin, Johannesburg, London, Madrid, New York, San Francisco and many other cities to comply with Scientology, were opened in the past few years, in 2009 alone, church building in Malmo (Sweden), Dallas, Texas, Nashville, Tennessee (United States) and on October 24, 2009, in Rome (Italy) were added.