Monday, August 14, 2006

The Scientology Chaplain

I don't know how well its known, but there is an important position in Scientology Churches and that is the Chaplain.

Each Sunday, the chaplain conducts services open to anyone who shares the hope of a better and happier future for man. For the person new to Scientology, this is an opportunity to gain an introduction to the religion and to take the first steps toward improving his own spiritual awareness. For the Scientologist, it provides the chance to further his own progress, while gaining new insights into Scientology principles.

The chaplain also performs Scientology weddings, christenings and funerals for parishioners and their family members. Individual churches also regularly host tape plays of L. Ron Hubbard’s lectures, briefings on matters of parishioner concern, and open houses for interested public or members of the local community.

This is an duty that is taken seriously and Scientology Chaplains are very caring and giving people.

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