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Because it is the largest single church for Scientology in the world, Flag is also a worldwide focal point for the religion. Hundreds of parishioners gather each week in the church auditorium to acknowledge those who have completed OT levels. They also learn the latest news from other churches around the world and receive special briefings from the Church’s international headquarters. Several times a year Flag is host to globally telecast major Scientology religious gatherings, at which top Church executives present current news, briefings and plans for the future.

The FSO is also a hub of Scientology within its own community, sponsoring many different outreach activities to help those in need. Artists and musicians at Flag hold public exhibitions and concerts, and local public are always invited.

The Flag Service Organization is the mecca of the Scientology religion. Though it concentrates on ministering the most advanced spiritual levels of Scientology, its services span the entirety of the Bridge. Every Scientologist in the world aspires to come to Flag. And sooner or later, everyone does.


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