Church of Scientology Inglewood backs the city's initiative to get through the pandemic safe and well.
Natural disasters continue unchecked in this year of the coronavirus. Disaster response organizations have to see to the safety of volunteers while providing care.
Volunteers with the Seattle Church of Scientology Environmental Task Force help keep their neighborhood clean and safe.
Churches and nonprofits come together on International Peace Day to bring peace to the streets of Greater Kansas City where more than 200 have died by violence so far this year. The community action was organized by the Church of Scientology Kansas City in partnership with Councilman for the 3rd District-at-Large Brandon Ellington, United in Peace Foundation and The Way to Happiness Foundation.
The bright yellow jackets of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers teams working to contain the pandemic have become a common sight throughout South Africa. Now, more and more people are joining the initiative through seminars and online training on the Scientology Tools for Life.
A 2 1/2 hour webinar held on Facebook Live brought a new dimension to an important interfaith program. The Interfaith Solidarity March of the Institute for Religious Tolerance, Peace and Justice went virtual.
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The world owes a debt of gratitude to emergency workers who risked their lives at the World Trade Center in 2001 and the many thousands more who continue to do so at disaster sites every day.