This past weekend, the Nashville Church of Scientology hosted a special celebration to honor a retiring military chaplain who had served more than thirty years.
It takes a special calling to serve as a military chaplain – not just to serve the nation, but deliver the hardest news to loved ones when a soldier has fallen. So the Church of Scientology was pleased and honored to host the celebration of a military colonel retiring after more than thirty years of service.
Guests came from across the country to the celebration which began in grand style with a full-blown marching band performance as the colonel arrived by limo.
The program which followed in the Church of Scientology community hall was packed wall-to-wall with people, several standing at the doorway unable to get a seat in the crowded auditorium.
The Nashville Church of Scientology often hosts events of this nature because of its special mission to help leaders in the world. “Those who have served this nation with dignity deserve to be recognized,” said Rev. Brian Fesler who pastors the church, “our founder, L. Ron Hubbard, served in the navy during the second World War. Men and women who dedicate their lives to our nation for times of crisis deserve to be recognized.”
To learn more about Scientology or upcoming events at the Nashville Church, visit scientology-ccnashville.org.