The Nashville Church of Scientology hosted a special community celebration of St. Patrick’s Day with music, dancing, food and more.
The Nashville Church of Scientology and Celebrity Centre maintains a special mission to help artists. So on St. Patrick’s Day, the Church had a special community event to celebrate Irish songs and history. “Artists in Nashville can always find a home here,” says president of the church Corinne Sullivan. “We open our hall for music seminars and workshops, talent showcases and jam sessions.”
The celebration included readings about Irish history, special Irish songs presented by Nashville musicians and songwriters, and special guests from the Southern Academy of Irish Dance who not only performed by taught a few Irish dance moves to the audience. A traditional Irish stew was served beforehand to honor the occasion and children came early to participate in the festivities.
Sullivan pointed out that Scientology founder, L. Ron Hubbard, an artist himself and once wrote: “The artist has an enormous role in the enhancement of today’s and the creation of tomorrow’s reality.” It is with this vision and mission that the Nashville church serves the artists in society to help uplift them, and thereby move the culture forward.
The Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville opens its doors to all artists and artistic events. For more information on upcoming events, visit scientology-ccnashville.org or call Julie Brinker at 615-687-4600.