Established July 4, 1955, by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard, the Founding Church of Scientology in Washington, D.C., holds a unique place in the history of the Scientology religion.
With some 10% of the population of St. Vincent lacking basic necessities in the wake of the La Soufrière volcanic eruption, the Freewinds arranged for emergency supplies and a team of experienced Scientology Volunteer Ministers to provide relief.
A new video on Scientology.org shows what Scientology Tools for Life mean to those who have completed the courses and how they have changed their lives.
As the calendar inches toward the first anniversary of COVID-19, an event no one will celebrate, and Israel continues to grapple with its third wave, Volunteers from the Scientology Center of Tel Aviv continue their attentive and cheerful response no matter the need.
Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology of Torino and the Civil Protection Volunteers of the Scientology Community (Pro.Civi.Co.S) set up a helpline for those needing a kind word, someone to listen, and simple words of encouragement.
As in communities the world over, COVID-19 has brought its share of hardship to Scotland
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Ten months into the COVID-19 crisis, Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology Budapest continue to raise donations and deliver supplies to those in need.