The Church of Scientology is celebrating its thirtieth year of serving the people of Nashville and Middle Tennessee, and its accomplishments have not gone unnoticed. Several government officials have crafted proclamations for the church to recognize this achievement.
During the anniversary celebration, which takes place later this summer, the Reverend Brian Fesler, senior pastor of the Nashville Church of Scientology, will be reminding his parishioners that the best times are ahead. “Our church in Nashville, as well as Scientology internationally, are experiencing exponential expansion,” he says, “We are growing and will continue helping citizens of Nashville and all of Tennessee through our church’s programs.”
The celebration will be a memorable affair with music, fine dining and of course, the recognitions from government leaders which will be presented for the first time.
The Nashville Church of Scientology and Celebrity Centre was established in April of 1985, and Fesler says his congregation are celebrating all year long. “The Church of Scientology is all-denominational. A win for us is a win for all the good and decent people of our area, of every faith. We welcome partnerships with anyone who is working to do the right thing.”
The Church of Scientology is located in the historic Fall School Building. Less than a mile from Music Row, the Church provides for a growing congregation from all walks of life and offers a spiritual haven for Nashville’s artists. “We have a special mission to help artists, and do so in very practical ways,” says Fesler. The Church provides seminars year-round to provide tools to help artists prosper.
To learn more about the Church of Scientology, its programs and courses, visit www.scientology-ccnashville.org.