New Ideal Church of Scientology for the Mile-High City

By Staff
06/19/2012New Ideal Church of Scientology for the Mile-High City

On Saturday, June 16, more than a thousand Scientologists, guests, and state and city dignitaries assembled in Lower Downtown Denver to dedicate a new Church of Scientology. The Church stands one block from Coors Field in the heart of the Ballpark Neighborhood Historic District. David Miscavige, Chairman of the Board Religious Technology Center and ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion addressed the crowd.

Dignitaries joining in the dedication ceremonies were Denver Chief of Police Robert White; Denver City Council Member Albus Brooks; Lower Downtown (LoDo) Neighborhood Association President Josh Davies; Historic Denver Executive Director Annie Levinsky; and Open Door Youth Gang Alternatives Executive Director, Reverend Leon Kelly.


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