Scientology Inglewood makes front page news!

26 03 2012





Scientology Community Center in South L.A. welcomed by City Officials at Inaugural Open House

25 03 2012

City, State and Federal officials joined community leaders, residents and guests in celebrating the Church of Scientology Community Center’s inaugural open house Saturday November 12.

Captain Kato of the 77th precinct urged those present to use the resources available at the Center.

The 28,000-square-foot Community Center is located on 81st and Vermont Blvd. in South Los Angeles. L.A. City Council Member Bernard Parks welcomed the Center to his district, presenting a commendation in celebration of the inaugural Open House. The Community Center officially opened last weekend in a joint ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by 5,000 people at the Church of Scientology Inglewood just a few minutes away on Market Street.

Captain Kato of the 77th precinct urged those present to use the resources available at the Center. United States Congresswoman Maxine Waters presented the Church with a certificate of special recognition on behalf of Congress. Congresswoman Karen Bass wrote a message acknowledging the Church for “its many humanitarian initiatives and social betterment programs for the benefit of South Los Angeles.” Live Entertainment was provided by local talent including the Community Center’s own staff.

Los Angeles City Council Member Bernard Parks presented the Church of Scientology Community Center Executives with a special commendation welcoming them to his district: “The contributions you have made to the community are truly valuable and will be long cherished by many.”

The Church of Scientology Community Center features a 380-seat event hall, the L. Ron Hubbard Community Auditorium, designed for community events and as a meeting ground for residents of all denominations. The Center includes numerous classrooms and seminar facilities for a full range of civic programs, including a complete literacy and tutoring center. It is open 10:00am to 9:30pm Monday through Friday and 10:00am to 6:00pm Saturday and Sunday.





Scientology Inglewood Hosts Finale of International Human Rights World Tour

25 03 2012

The Church of Scientology hosted closing ceremonies March 23 for the 9th annual Youth for Human Rights International World Tour at the L. Ron Hubbard Auditorium of the Scientology Community Center at 8039 S. Vermont Avenue in South Los Angeles.

The ceremony capped the human rights group’s five-week 28,000-mile journey through seven nations. Youth for Human Rights representatives from Mexico, Liberia, and Japan presented highlights of the 2012 World Tour’s activities in their countries.

On behalf of Youth for Human Rights International, founder and president Dr. Mary Shuttleworth accepted proclamations and commendations from U.S. Senator Harry Reid of Nevada, U.S. Congresswoman Karen Bass of California, Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts and Los Angeles City Councilman Bernard Parks, acknowledging the accomplishments of the organization in human rights education.

Other acknowledgements came from Mr. Irving Sarnoff, Co-Founder of Friends of the United Nations: “Youth For Human Rights International, under the outstanding leadership of Dr. Mary Shuttleworth and supported by the Church of Scientology, has done an incredible job in the promotion and distribution of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.”

Dr. Elizabeth McKinney, Chief Executive Officer of the Global Project Development Foundation, said, “Knowledge is power and human rights education empowers people to be the best that they can be, knowing that no law, no person or rule can deny them their right to dignity and peace.”

The 9th Annual Youth for Human Rights World Tour launched from Los Angeles and traveled to Mexico, Liberia, Togo, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Taiwan and Japan. In Taiwan, the tour met with President Ma Ying-jeou to introduce him to the program and materials. While in Mexico, they released “Artists United for Human Rights,” a booklet featuring 34 prominent Mexican performing artists promoting the 30 articles of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In Ethiopia, Youth for Human Rights International, in partnership with the Ethiopia Human Rights Commission, released a booklet covering the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Amharic, the official language of Ethiopia and second most-spoken Semitic language in the world after Arabic. In each country they held conferences and meetings with other national and state officials and prominent nongovernment organizations to arrange implementation of Youth for Human Rights educational materials and curricula.

Other guest speakers at the closing ceremonies included Angela Madsen, six-time member and gold medalist of the U.S. National Paralympics Team; Dr. Howard M. Holt, Founder and Executive Director of Elohim Dream Builders; Dr. Pouran Ameli of the American-Iranian Friendship Association and Rev. Elizabeth McKinney, Chief Executive Officer of the Global Project Development Foundation.

Youth for Human Rights International has circled the globe nine times in as many years, traveling more than a quarter of a million miles to promote human rights education to officials, educators, and nongovernment organizations in 80 countries.

The purpose of Youth for Human Rights International is to teach youth about human rights, specifically the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and inspire them to become valuable advocates for tolerance and peace. For more information visit www.youthforhumanrights.org.

The Scientology religion was founded by author and philosopher L. Ron Hubbard. The first Church of Scientology was formed in the United States in 1954 and has grown to more than 10,000 Churches, Missions and affiliated groups and millions of members in 167 nations.





Scientology Community Center Mural Wins Award

25 03 2012

The beautiful mural at the entrance of our Community Center just won first place award in the 2012 International Sign Contest!

The Banners/Murals/Supergraphics category comprises probably the most unique results, with the three different technologies winning awards. An acrylic, mosaic-style mural, produced by in-house signmakers for the Inglewood, CA Church of Scientology, took first… Church officials wanted a mural above the entrance at its community-center entrance – nearby on L.A.’s south side – to pay tribute to the area’s cultural legacy.





Life Improvement Courses

22 03 2012

Your happiness is probably your most valuable possession. Scientology Life Improvement Courses provide the tools to achieve the happiness you want.

They are based on L. Ron Hubbard’s fundamental discoveries of existence — breakthroughs that answer the most pressing questions in our lives.

There are twenty courses in all. Each addresses a specific part of life, and each contains the facts and tools to make that aspect of living the way it should be. Scientology Life Improvement Courses give you the skills to succeed in relationships, marriage, family and finance, the know‑how to overcome ups and downs, to know who you can trust, to organize your life, to achieve your goals and much more.

With true knowledge and real tools, whatever is wrong in your life can be put right, and whatever is right in your life can get even better.

This course was like the instruction manual on how to use a magic wand. It showed me how to do things that were amazing. I knew I could do these things I just didn’t know how, but now I do!”

“I loved this course!!! I felt like it was a program written just for me. There are tools that I can put to use right away.”

Goals and Purposes

How to Get Motivated Formulas for Living Scientology Tools to Organize for Success
Effective Time Management Setting and Achieving Your Goals Scientology Tools for Effective Leadership

Survival and Prosperity

Scientology Tools for Overcoming Financial Stress Scientology Tools for Financial Security Scientology Principles of Prosperity

Marriage

Creating a Successful Marriage Maintaining a Happy Marriage Salvaging a Marriage

Children

Having a Happy Baby Successfully Raising Children Successfully Parenting Tweens & Teens

Ethics and Survival

Overcoming Ups & Downs in Life Personal Values & Integrity How to Improve Relationships with Others
Knowing Who You Can Trust How to Achieve Self-Confidence

Recover all of the joy and happiness that rightfully belong to you. Scientology Life Improvement Courses will show you the way.

For information on how to sign up, contact us.





March 13 Designated L. Ron Hubbard Day in Inglewood, California

22 03 2012

Inglewood City Councilman Ralph Franklin presented a proclamation honoring Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard and the Church of Scientology of Inglewood, on March 8, 2012, marking the 101st anniversary of the birth of L. Ron Hubbard.

Inglewood, California—In commemoration of the birth of Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard in his centennial year, Inglewood, California, has designated March 13 as L. Ron Hubbard Day.

Inglewood City Councilman Ralph Franklin presented a special commendation in City Council chambers March 8, to the Church of Scientology of Inglewood.

Signed by Mayor James T. Butts Jr. and members of theInglewood City Council, the commendation states:

L. Ron Hubbard is highly regarded and respected.  His work has brightened the lives of people from a variety of cultures, backgrounds, and walks of life, and his vision has made a notable impact on the residents of the City of Inglewood.”

The Public Information Center of the newly opened Church of Scientology of Inglewood at South Market Street in Inglewood, and the Church of Scientology Community Center at the intersection of 81st and S. Vermont Street in South Los Angeles, include extensive multimedia presentations on the life and legacy of L. Ron Hubbard.

The Information Centers further provide an overview of the many Church-sponsored humanitarian programs active in Inglewood and in cities the world over.





Scientology Volunteer Ministers of Inglewood March in Support of Martin Luther King Day of Service

22 03 2012

Scientology Volunteer Ministers were proud to participate in the 27th annual Kingdom Parade in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy, Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology of Inglewood marched on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Los Angeles January 16, in observation of Martin Luther King Day of Service 2012.

Brass bands, cheerleaders, drill teams, gang intervention groups, law enforcement officers and government officials filled the street. And thousands of spectators waived and cheered along the 2.5-mile parade route, barely hearing friends greeting them with “Happy King Day” over the blare of air horns.

The 27th annual Kingdom Day Parade honored Dr. King, whose message of freedom and nonviolence inspires people of all faiths, backgrounds and ages.

In the spirit of the day—a day of service—at the end of the parade, the Inglewood Scientology Volunteer Ministers welcomed the community to an information booth where they introduced visitors to services available at the new Inglewood Church of Scientology and the Scientology Community Center in South L.A.: free tutoring, one-on-one help, and a wide selection of courses in practical life-skills—from improving job performance to conflict resolution, salvaging marriages and helping a friend or loved one overcome addiction.

The Church of Scientology of Inglewood, at 315 South Market Street, is open from 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The Church of Scientology Community Center at 81st and Vermont in South L.A. is open 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

For more information on the Church of Scientology and the Scientology Volunteer Ministers visit http://www.Scientology.org.

The Scientology Volunteer Minister program was initiated by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard in 1976. There are now hundreds of thousands of people across 185 nations trained in the skills of a Volunteer Minister.








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