Thousands of Scientologists representing more than 40 nations gathered at Flag, the religion’s international spiritual headquarters, to kick off what is destined to be a year like no other.
Mr. David Miscavige, ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion, welcomed the audience, framing the evening with this from Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard: “All the good things, the hopeful things, the dreamed things, may they all be yours this year.”
FOR THE AGES
In honor of L. Ron Hubbard, we commemorated his birthday with an event for the ages—one including a landmark announcement guaranteeing an expansive future.
L. Ron Hubbard’s Biographer, Mr. Dan Sherman, presented never-before-told tales of never-before-seen people who found themselves in extraordinary circumstances—namely, in the presence of L. Ron Hubbard.
US Naval Commander
Early Dianeticist and Scientologist
Secretary to LRH
American College of Personnel Efficiency
Regent Street, London, England
into our Churches
In the last 12 months, we hosted members of the community for events of every size and description in Scientology Churches all over the world.
In the home city of our international spiritual headquarters, the Clearwater Community Volunteers invited residents of all faiths to celebrate the spirit of the holidays throughout the year.
They’re there for us.”
—Community Pride Gateway Daycare
For the past 40 years, our Los Angeles Church has sponsored L. Ron Hubbard’s Winter Wonderland, complete with Santa’s village, real snow (right on Hollywood Boulevard) and gifts for children living in Hollywood.
In 2022, the Church of Scientology Malmö organized family-friendly festivals and community open houses, marking such events as the United Nations’ International Day of Friendship.
Dublin’s Church of Scientology and Community Centre hosted all manner of community events, from musical concerts and dance performances to ethnic celebrations and charity events.
IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS
Shamrock Bhangra Dance Troupe
Throughout the year, we brought hope to communities with Church-sponsored humanitarian programs and opened our doors to like-minded groups for the betterment of all.
We welcomed leaders of different religions into our Churches in support of interreligious dialogue and religious freedom.