The Nashville Church of Scientology hosted a special Sunday Service in honor of Father’s Day this past weekend.
The Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville held a special service for Father’s Day on June 15th this year to celebrate and acknowledge all fathers, stepdads and grandpas. The reason behind this is Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard’s writings on “Honor and Help Your Parents” found in his common sense moral guide The Way to Happiness.
Hubbard wrote: “…one must remember that they are the only parents one has. And as such, no matter what, one should honor them and help them.”
“Sunday Service is a time to reflect on one’s actions and see how we can do better,” says Pastor of the Church, Rev. Brian Fesler. So the service focused on tools one can use to better relationships with others, with special note for family members.
After the service, guests and parishioners took part in a special bar-be-cue to ring in the occasion.
“Scientology means ‘knowing how to know,’” according to the church’s website, “Scientology is all about learning to do things to improve conditions in your own life and in particular in the lives of others. An active Scientologist is not only considered to be someone who attends a Scientology church or studies Scientology, but rather someone who actively uses the insights and knowledge that Scientology gives them to make a real, positive difference in the lives of others.”
For more information about Scientology, visit the website, scientology.org.