The Nashville Church of Scientology will host a special writers’ night to honor human rights and freedom on December 10.
Recognizing the global need for human rights education, the Nashville Church of Scientology works with community groups, human rights agencies and others to create a grand event for International Human Rights Day each year.
This year, the church is spreading beyond one event. Rev. Brian Fesler, pastor of the church, is chairing the planning committee for the Human Rights Day celebration at the First Amendment Center, where legends such as Father Joseph Breen and First Baptist Church Capitol Hill will be honored in a special ceremony.
Later that evening, the Nashville Church of Scientology, 1130 8th Ave South, will host a unique writers’ night in its community hall, where singers and songwriters are invited to perform music related to human rights, social justice and freedom. The Church will also be showcasing a human rights program called Youth for Human Rights in its Public Information Center. There will be booklets and public service announcements describing the 30 universal human rights.
This exhibit will be free and open to the public, and all musicians and artists are welcome to the writers’ night to perform on Human Rights Day, December 10, at 7pm. For more information, call Julie Brinker at 615-687-4600.