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Thousands Converge to Mark Scientology Founder’s Birthday and a “Flip of the Switch” for Unrelenting Dissemination
Church of Scientology Cuts Ribbon on Dynamic New Downtown Info Center Serving Clearwater and Tampa Bay
The Church’s six global humanitarian initiatives come together in a single Florida location to benefit all citizens, giving a much-needed local home to Church-sponsored international programs at the intersection of help and hope.
New Scientology Volunteer Ministers Center Extends Helping Hand to Clearwater in Proclaiming “Something Can Be Done About It.”
The Church of Scientology-affiliated global program offers unconditional help with a new center opened July 11 in the heart of Clearwater.
Citizens Commission on Human Rights Expands its Activities to Expose and Handle Psychiatric Abuse in Clearwater, Tampa Bay via New Center
To the enthusiastic cheers of thousands of Scientologists and their guests, the Church of Scientology cut the ribbon on a new Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) Florida center in downtown Clearwater Saturday, July 11.
New United for Human Rights Center Brings Worldwide Initiative an Urgent Presence in Tampa Bay, Clearwater Area
On Saturday, July 11, an enthusiastic crowd of thousands was on hand to take the first tour as the Church of Scientology opened the doors on its new United for Human Rights center in downtown Clearwater.
A Drug-Free Reality Moves Closer with Opening of New Foundation for a Drug-Free World Center in Clearwater
Thousands of Scientologists and community guests gathered to dedicate a new Foundation for a Drug-Free World headquarters in downtown Clearwater, Florida, Saturday, July 11.
New Clearwater Center Points The Way to Happiness for Greater Tampa Bay Area
Thousands converged on downtown Clearwater, Florida, on Saturday, July 11, to celebrate the historic opening of the new The Way to Happiness Foundation center that will leverage the power of this nonreligious common sense guidebook for people of all faiths and nationalities to help reverse alarming trends that plague communities the world over.
New Criminon Center in Clearwater Opens as Solution to Revolving Door Recidivism Through Criminal Rehabilitation
Thousands of Scientologists and their guests lined Clearwater, Florida’s historic Fort Harrison Avenue for the exciting grand opening Saturday, July 11, of the new Criminon Florida Center. Criminon, meaning “without crime,” is based on Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard’s discovery that the path to true rehabilitation for offenders is helping each to “find out when he lost his personal pride. Rehabilitate that one point and you don’t have a criminal anymore.”
Church of Scientology Dedicates Landmark Building at Spiritual Headquarters
More than 4,000 Scientologists gathered in downtown Clearwater, Florida, on Sunday, June 29, to mark the dedication of the landmark Coachman Building. The historic structure now stands transformed as the religious training and counseling center for more than 2,000 members comprising the ecclesiastical ministry of the Flag Land Base, the international spiritual headquarters of Scientology.
A Salute to Those Who Made Possible the Scientology Cathedral
“All great cathedrals began their building by the placement of a single stone. The building unit of a great society is the individual.” —L. Ron Hubbard
So it was with the Scientology religion’s 21st-century cathedral, the new Flag Building in Clearwater, Florida—built through the contributions of individual Scientologists from 94 nations and opened November 17, 2013.
Golden Age of Tech Phase II: The Scientology Bridge to Total Freedom
It was the most monumental weekend in our history. The largest gathering of Scientologists ever assembled. Three epic events: an unprecedented seven hours of groundbreaking briefings from Mr. David Miscavige, Chairman of the Board Religious Technology Center.
The Landmark Fort Harrison Fully Restored
More than 6,000 Scientologists from over 50 nations filled the streets and sidewalks at the 200 block of Fort Harrison Avenue on March 14, 2009, as Chairman of the Board of Religious Technology Center, Mr. David Miscavige, officiated at the ribbon cutting of the Clearwater, Florida landmark—the new Fort Harrison.