Scientology

Linda Wieland

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St. Louis Bids Adieu to the Volunteer Ministers Cavalcade

With its mission to bring unconditional help to communities across the Western United States, the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Cavalcade has been doing just that since August in the St. Louis metro area. The Scientology Volunteer Minister (VM) program, inaugurated by Scientology founder L. Ron…

Hurricane Michael: Urgent Help is Needed

Volunteer Ministers from Florida and across the U.S. are setting out for the Florida panhandle to provide relief to those left devastated by Hurricane Michael.  Described by Florida Governor Rick Scott as a scene of “unimaginable destruction,” those returning home in…

Introducing Stockholm to the Unconditional Help of the Scientology Volunteer Minister

Music marked the opening of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers European Continental Cavalcade on Medborgarplatsen Square, one of the largest squares in Stockholm, with passersby joining in the dancing. Although Stockholm is ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world, there,…

Scientology Volunteer Ministers Reach Out With Practical Help

With its mission to bring unconditional help to communities across the nation, the Canadian Continental Volunteer Ministers Cavalcade has been touring through Ontario since March.   Founded by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard in the mid-1970s, the Volunteer Minister (VM) program was designed to provide practical…

Psychiatry: An Industry of Death Exhibit Exposes Abuse

Those touring the "Psychiatry: An Industry of Death Exhibit" at Toronto Reference Library were presented documentation of long-term abuse in the field of mental health. As Toronto is located on historic First Nation lands of the Huron-Wendat and Petun First Nations, the Seneca, and the Mississaugas of…

Religious Leaders 'Speak Their Peace' at the Church of Scientology

Tennessee United for Human Rights, and the Nashville Church of Scientology, held its fourth annual Celebration of International Day of Peace, with a large number of religious and cultural leaders bringing words of peace from their respective traditions and backgrounds for an event…

Dinosaur Family Fun Weekend at the Scientology Community Centre of Dublin

The Dinosaur-themed Family Fun Day at the Scientology Community Centre grew into a full weekend of activities and fun as over 7,500 came from across the country to share the unforgettable experience. Thousands of children in dinosaur outfits—dino t-shirts, hats,…

Drug-Free World India is Tackling a National Crisis

 Drug consumption affects millions of children and youth in India. According to a study by the UN Office of Drugs and Crime, one to three percent of the population of most states of India are on drugs, in comparison with Europe,…

Scientology Harlem Remembrance Day Focuses on the Future

The Church of Scientology Harlem Community Center hosted a Remembrance Day service to honor those who died and those who responded to the disaster.  Among those who served at Ground Zero were the Scientology Volunteer Ministers (VMs) from New York and from…

Helping Make Hollywood Clean and Safe

 It was a perfect day for bringing out the rakes, brooms, shovels and trash bags and tackling the Hollywood Village neighborhood. The team gathered at the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre on Bronson and Franklin at 9, where coffee and…

CCHR Warns Parents of the Danger of Psychiatric Drugs

It may be the start of the school year for children across the country, but the Sacramento chapter of Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is focusing on parents—educating them about their rights and warning them of the dangers of…

3rd Annual Religions of the World Forum at the Church of Scientology

A vibrant performance of Aztec music and dance opened the third annual Religions of the World event organized by the California Chapter of Youth for Human Rights and Dr. Arik Greenberg, Founder of the Institute for Religious Tolerance, Peace and Justice. It began…

Respond, Recover & Renew on 9/11 Remembrance Day

The Nashville Church of Scientology held a 9/11 Remembrance Day breakfast gathering with the theme Respond-Recover-Renew. Just as the Church of Scientology’s Volunteer Ministers disaster response movement was inspired by the work of the Volunteer Ministers who served in the aftermath of…

Gentlemen Don't Stand by in the Face of Human Trafficking

​​Christopher King is a man with a mission—to put an end to human trafficking. When King learned that the state of Florida ranks third for human trafficking of youth age 12 to 18 he knew he had to take this on. “Being…

Batting 1,000 in a Post-Game Cleanup in Denver

Denver does a good job cleaning the streets, but when it comes to ball games, the city can use some help. So, the Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology Denver decided to apply their motto—“Something can be done about it!”—and helped spruce up their…

Boosting Personal Values and Happiness Through Art

With the announcement that Hungary ranks only 69th in the index of 156 countries in the annual World Happiness Survey published by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, volunteers from the country's The Way to Happiness Foundation took action. They launched an…

Youth Forum on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals

​​​​​More than 200 human rights advocates from 15 nations took part in a regional Youth for Human Rights Summit last month to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through human rights education. Honored guests included Youth for Human Rights…

Marking 9/11 With Unconditional Help

Within hours of the first plane careening into the World Trade Center 17 years ago, a movement was born that has since brought unconditional help to more than 300 sites of manmade and natural disaster. Despite the obvious danger involved, Scientology Volunteer…

Helping Prepare Mexico City for Future Disasters

 When the September 2017 Mexico City earthquake struck, Scientology Volunteer Ministers (VMs), who served as a vital part of the recovery effort, asked the question: How do we help the city prepare for the next time disaster strikes? They answered that question…

Australians Are in Danger, Warns Psychiatric Watchdog

A Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) documentary, Psychiatry: Friend or Foe? The Untold Story of Australian Psychiatry, looks into these startling facts. In Australia, with a population of 24 million: More than 35 million prescriptions for psychiatric drugs are written every year…

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