Scientologists from 50 Nations Gather to Celebrate a Year of Humanitarian Accomplishment

The 28th anniversary celebration of the International Association of Scientologists

| EAST GRINSTEAD, UNITED KINGDOM • OCTOBER 28, 2012 | Marking a year of unprecedented accomplishments, the 28th anniversary of the International Association of Scientologists was a celebration of the many humanitarian and life-changing achievements of the Church worldwide. An overflow crowd of more than 7,000 Scientologists from 50 countries gathered on the grounds of Saint Hill Manor in the town of East Grinstead, England, to commemorate the 28th anniversary of the International … [Read more...]

Church of Scientology Sponsors Red Ribbon Week Forum on Strategies to Reduce Drug Demand

first annual anti-drug forum of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World October 22 at the Church of Scientology National Affairs Office in Washington, D.C.

  | WASHINGTON, DC • OCTOBER 24, 2012 | Honoring Red Ribbon Week and its message of prevention and education, The Church of Scientology National Affairs Office in Washington, D.C. co-hosted the first annual anti-drug forum of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World on October 22. Held in Chestnut Hall in the new National Affairs Office in Fraser Mansion at Dupont Circle, the forum focused on effective strategies to reduce the demand for illicit drugs. It was chaired by Jesse … [Read more...]

Church of Scientology Opens National Office in D.C. Landmark

Grand Opening Church of Scientology National Affairs Office, Washington, D.C.

On Wednesday, September 12, national dignitaries joined more than a thousand Scientologists and guests to celebrate the grand opening of the Church of Scientology’s National Affairs Office in Washington, D.C. Located in the historic Fraser Mansion at Dupont Circle, the new National Affairs Office stands as the central point from which the Church coordinates its many social and humanitarian initiatives on a national and international level. The establishment of the National Affairs Office … [Read more...]

Credo: Susan Taylor

Reprinted from the Washington Examiner   Susan Taylor was climbing mountains and teaching skiing in Jackson Hole, Wy., in 1969 when a friend gave her a book entitled "The Fundamentals of Thought." It was by L. Ron Hubbard, who founded the Church of Scientology just 16 years before. After reading the book and taking a scientologist communications course, Taylor became a staff member of her local church. Now she's the president of the Church of Scientology in D.C. and the national … [Read more...]