CHAPLAIN AND MINISTERIAL SERVICES
Scientology Wedding Service
Scientology ministers perform many of the same types of ceremonies and services that ministers and priests of other religions perform. Each Sunday, the church’s Chaplain, or another minister, conducts a weekly service for members of the church, which is open to nonmembers as well. At this service, the minister will speak about some topic related to an important Scientology principle or practice and discuss how it can be applied in daily life. A typical Scientology sermon may address the idea that a person is a spiritual being, the eight dynamics, the Axioms of Scientology or perhaps the Creed of the Church. These weekly services do much to revitalize the religious commitment of Scientologists, but they also offer hope of a better life to the non-Scientologists who are always welcome to attend.
A Scientology wedding ceremony
In addition, Scientology congregations celebrate weddings and christenings with their own formal ceremonies and mark the passing of their fellows with funeral rites. The Chaplain often conducts these ceremonies, although any ordained Scientology minister can also officiate. Scientologists find that Scientology services, which address the spirit in accordance with the religion’s teachings, are uniquely suited to their needs and impart a special quality to these occasions.
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