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THE MANAGEMENT OF SCIENTOLOGY


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SCIENTOLOGY MISSIONS INTERNATIONAL

Overseeing the Mission Network

As is the case with field auditors, those who operate the Scientology churches that are called missions are likewise supported by an ecclesiastical structure which provides guidance and assistance.

Scientology Missions International (SMI) is the mother church for all missions and comprises the level above field auditors in Scientology’s ecclesiastical hierarchy. SMI’s international offices provide guidance, help and direction for existing missions through a global network of continental offices.

SMI International provides overall planning and technical direction for the mission network. This includes not only direction which enables missions to continue to minister their growing congregations, but overall guidance on all legal, financial and corporate matters.

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