The Church of Scientology is preparing to celebrate its 5th Anniversary at the Fall School building, and its 29th year in Nashville, TN.
A church anniversary signifies a spiritual renewal or uplifting. Rev. Brian Fesler, pastor of the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville, says, “We’ve been in Nashville for 29 years and five in this historic building. We are celebrating the spirit of Nashville and looking to the future.” The church will hold a private celebration in May.
On a global scale, the Church of Scientology has expanded to more than 8,000 churches, missions and affiliated groups in 165 nations. Current demand for Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard’s books and lectures on Dianetics and Scientology has outstripped the last five decades combined. All the while the Church’s ever growing humanitarian programs in the fields of drug education, human rights, morals education and disaster relief have positively impacted hundreds of millions of lives.
In Nashville, the Church has seen thousands of people entering its doors for the first time over the last five years. On a humanitarian mission, the Church has participated in numerous human rights awareness events and helped create such events as Human Rights Day and the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. march and convocation. Church members, volunteering in the area of drug education, have delivered more than 230 seminars in schools in Tennessee and have distributed more than 50,000 booklets on the Truth About Drugs.
“Tennessee is such a vibrant and beautiful place, and the people here deserve real help. We are prepared to deliver that help and have plans for major expansion over the next five years,” says Fesler.
To learn more about the Church of Scientology, its programs and courses, visit www.scientology.org or call the Nashville church, 615-687-4600.