WHAT IS SCIENTOLOGY?

What is Scientology?

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Foreword
Scientology: Its Background and Origins
Scientology Principles and Application
The Services of Scientology
Chaplain, Ministerial, Ethics and Justice Services
The Effectiveness of Scientology
Churches of Scientology and Their Activities
Community Activities
Social Reform Activities
World Institute of Scientology Enterprises (WISE)
Social Betterment Activities
The Statistics and Growth of Scientology
A Scientology Catechism
L. Ron Hubbard
References

CHAPTER 20




STRUCTURE OF SCIENTOLOGY CHURCHES



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church of Scientology is a special place, quite different from the popular conception of a church. It is, for example, not open only on Sundays. The Scientology community around a church comes and goes at different times during the week, and the church is an integral part of their lives. It is where they come to participate in Scientology religious services, engage in community activities, or simply meet friends. Through the church’s doors, they walk a road that can be walked nowhere else, a road to personal discovery, awareness and truth.

The atmosphere in a Church of Scientology is also unique, reflecting a place where people are on a path of discovery, where they are attaining new heights of spiritual awareness, and where they are actively and successfully pursuing their goals. It is alive and cheerful, the hope of a better world seems to imbue every activity. Churches of Scientology are friendly, warm and welcoming.

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