WHAT IS SCIENTOLOGY?

What is Scientology?

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Scientology: Its Background and Origins
Scientology Principles and Application
The Services of Scientology
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The Effectiveness of Scientology
Churches of Scientology and Their Activities
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The Statistics and Growth of Scientology
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THE STAFF OF SCIENTOLOGY CHURCHES




STAFFS OF LOCAL SCIENTOLOGY CHURCHES

Local churches of Scientology are administered by Scientologists who have dedicated themselves to the religion for either a two-and-a-half or five-year period. Staff duties vary. Some require auditor or other specialized training; others hold administrative positions and help to keep the church functioning by providing the support necessary to minister auditing and training.

Though churches and missions have different functions and minister different religious services, staff duties are often similar. For example, every church has an executive structure responsible for the day-to-day operation of the church. The Executive Director and his staff are there to ensure each area of the church provides the best possible service to its parishioners and members of the community.

Another body of staff members is responsible for establishing the church, bringing aboard new staff, and ensuring that the communications of the church — phone calls, letters, and even internal messages from one staff member to another — are delivered.

There are staff who introduce new people to the church through lectures, workshops, films and other presentations about Scientology.

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