The Nashville Church of Scientology is planning a special open house and musical tribute to those who serve the nation on May 16, 2015.
According to militarybenefits.info, May 16th is Armed Forces Day and is a “holiday for citizens to come together and thank our military members for their patriotic service in support of our country. This day honors everyone serving in the U.S. Military branches: Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, Navy.” In honor of the brave men and women who serve the nation, the Church of Scientology will be hosting an open house and musical salute on that day in Nashville, Tennessee.
President of the church, Corinne Sullivan, is planning the event. “We are inviting anyone active in the military, veterans, and families of military members,” she says.
The Open House will take place all day on May 16th, with the musical tribute rounding off the day from 4pm-7pm in the community hall.
The Nashville Church of Scientology often hosts events of this nature because of its special mission to help leaders in the world as well as artists. Musicians have found a home at this church where they are welcome to play music without criticism, visual artists have displayed their art purely for the purpose of showcasing their talent, and others have been welcomed to learn how to improve in their career through seminars by successful entrepreneurs.
“Those who have served this nation with dignity deserve to be recognized,” said Sullivan, “our founder, L. Ron Hubbard, served in the navy during the Second World War. Men and women who take the time to assist their nation in times of crisis need to be recognized for their dedication.”
To learn more about Scientology or upcoming events at the Nashville Church, visit scientology-ccnashville.org.