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The East Hollywood lighting festival takes place Friday, Nov. 19, 5-8 p.m., at the Church of Scientology Los Angeles, 4810 Sunset Blvd. All are welcome.
The Church of Scientology transformed its parking lot into a family-friendly, safe Halloween celebration as the culmination of "Truth About Drugs Week" in Kansas City.
The Church of Scientology Los Angeles continues to fight hunger with weekly food drives.
In St. Louis du Sud, Scientology Volunteer Ministers helped return the lives of the children closer to normal.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers returned to Santu Lussurgiu to help local residents tackle the remnants of last summer's devastating fire.
As the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Hurricane Ida Disaster Response Team members wrap up two weeks of service in Louisiana and head home to their families and jobs, what they will long remember is the warmth, friendliness and courage of the people of Louisiana.
Latin music and dance set the tone of the 2021 awards presentation by the Central American Confederation, COFECA, part of the celebration of the Central American Bicentennial and Hispanic Heritage Month.
Providing what local residents need and want can take a unique turn, as it did this week for the Scientology Volunteer Ministers helping in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana.
Oregon has a disproportionately larger population living on the streets when compared with other states. But one man is been taking the problem into his own hands, and he is making a difference.
Every year on Sept. 15, Central Americans of Los Angeles celebrate the day Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Honduras declared independence from Spain
In the final two sessions of a five-part seminar in the town of Jérémie, Scientology Volunteer Ministers train firefighters, Haitian Red Cross, Haitian National Police and other community leaders to help restore peace of mind to those suffering from the frequent disasters that plague this Caribbean nation.
Literacy is essential for work and prosperity. Illiteracy holds the individual back and limits their choices in every aspect of life. The Scientology Network's Voices for Humanity original series shares the stories of humanitarians who are dedicated to addressing this vital issue.
Nurses, who arrived in Les Cayes from Carrefour last weekend, are caring for injured survivors of the August 14 Haiti earthquake at a clinic in Camp-Perrin, a commune in the Les Cayes Arrondissement.
Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana August 29. A Scientology Volunteer Ministers disaster response team is on the ground and their international headquarters has put out a call for more trained volunteers to help the region recover.
With thousands injured and hundreds of thousands homeless after the 7.2 magnitude Haiti earthquake, first responders see Scientology assists as the key to providing needed help.
Famed search-and-rescue specialists Los Topos, featured on a National Geographic documentary for their work following the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami, add their skill and muscle to the fight against time to locate survivors in the rubble of the Haiti earthquake
More than a week since the 7.2 magnitude earthquake, the country is still in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.
With Tropical Storm Grace compounding the destruction of Saturday's 7.2 magnitude earthquake, Scientology Volunteer Ministers assist in Les Cayes, one of the areas hardest hit by the catastrophe.
Two human rights champions featured on the Scientology Network original series "Voices for Humanity" educate families and lawyers on how to prevent the involuntary commitment and warehousing of children and the elderly in Florida institutions
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
How to transform life through education: If you truly know how to study, you can chart your own course
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.
Churches of Scientology of Italy join forces to help in the aftermath of the 6.4 Croatia earthquake.
"Is there anything you need? Call our hotline" say the Scientology Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology of Milano.
With the decline of new COVID-19 cases in the country bringing hope for the future, Hungarian Volunteer Ministers continue their work to serve those in need in the here and now
Toys for Tots, nonprofits and community groups joined the Church of Scientology in creating warm memories for Kansas City kids at the 2nd annual Winter Wonderland in the Crossroads Art District
In a year that impacted everyone, Seattle's Church of Scientology Volunteer Ministers followed their motto "Something Can Be Done About It" and provided essential products and services to those in need in their community.
With the pandemic creating hardships for families across the Southland, the Church of Scientology helped make the holidays special for children who would otherwise have gone without.
Join us in welcoming 2021 with a holiday lights display at the Church of Scientology in Hollywood
Despite COVID-19 cases surging in Los Angeles County, the Northeast Police Station and the Church of Scientology were determined to provide toys for children who would otherwise go without.
Church of Scientology Kansas City's 2nd annual Winter Wonderland is open—all are invited to enjoy the fun.
Volunteers from the Church of Scientology of Dallas help neighbors understand how to stay well.
The Church of Scientology Harlem and New York Chapter of United in Peace Foundation took to the streets this week to protest gun violence and promote peace
Santa is making ready to touch down in the Crossroads Saturday, December 19, and he wants Kansas City families to get set for Christmas treats and toys at the second annual Winter Wonderland at 18th & Grand Boulevard.
The Church of Scientology of Spain and the MEJORA Foundation for the Improvement of Life, Culture and Society held their seventh annual Freedom Awards presentation in an online ceremony attended by the Director of Religious Freedom in Spain's Ministry of the Presidency, Dr. Mercedes Murillo.
Challenging times require creative solutions. Scientology Churches are transforming the way they celebrate the holidays this year.
Since the pandemic began, Los Angeles has been a hot spot. Volunteer Ministers from the Church of Scientology Los Angeles celebrate Thanksgiving by letting essential workers know just how much they are appreciated.
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.