Holiday Interfaith Service at Church of Scientology of Sacramento

Church of Scientology Sacramento

Tolerance and compassion was the message of the sixth annual interfaith service at the Church of Scientology Sacramento.

​​​​Rev. Kay Alice Daly of the Church of Scientology and Rev. Alice Baber-Banks, president and head pastor of the Christian Fellowship Ministry Church, shared the rostrum at the sixth annual Holiday Interfaith Service at the Church of Scientology Sacramento. 

Sister Baber-Banks delivered a sermon quoting Bible verses on peace, love and tolerance. Choir members from her congregation inspired and uplifted those gathered in the chapel of the Church of Scientology, reinforcing Baber-Banks' message of love and respect as the means of increasing understanding among diverse groups.

Rev. Daly read “What Is Greatness,” an essay by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard in which he wrote, “The hardest task one can have is to continue to love his fellows despite all reasons he should not. And the true sign of sanity and greatness is to so continue. For the one who can achieve this, there is abundant hope…Happiness and strength endure only in the absence of hate. To hate alone is the road to disaster. To love is the road to strength. To love in spite of all is the secret of greatness. And may very well be the greatest secret in this universe.”

All attending then joined in a medley of Christmas songs.

Rev. Baber-Banks is a founding member of the Birthing Project, recipient of the Harriet Tubman Award, the NAACP Achievement Award and the Interfaith Council of Greater Sacramento Power of One Award.

The Church of Scientology Sacramento opened its new home on January 28, 2012, at 1007 6th Street,  just blocks from the State Capitol. The historic building, originally opened in 1930 as the Ramona Hotel, is one of Sacramento’s most prominent architectural landmarks. An Ideal Scientology Organization, its facilities are configured to service Scientologists in their ascent to spiritual freedom and to serve as a home for the entire community—a meeting ground of cooperative effort to uplift citizens of all denominations.



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