These are the stories of the parishioners of the Church of Scientology in Pasadena, California.

We’re a group of people of all ages and races. Some of us have been a part of this group for 40 years and some have just joined.

We work in all kinds of jobs and professions – attorneys, schoolteachers, entrepreneurs, artists, actors and plumbers.

Our aim is to share our stories with others who are genuinely interested in Scientology. If you want to know what it is, how we use it in our lives, how we interact with our community locally and around the world, read on.

We welcome questions and comments from anyone who wants to have a real conversation with us. We believe in tolerance and communication. We do, however, reserve the right not to post any hate mail.

May 27th, 2008

Church of Scientology Pasadena Parishioners Share Their Views

One of the community programs we’re most proud of is our Volunteer Ministers (VMs). They help out locally and internationally. Our Pasadena VMs worked at the California fires in the San Gabriel Valley recently.

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In December 2007 a team of seven Scientology Volunteer Ministers traveled to Uganda to help flood victims. More than 300,000 people were displaced, their food crops and livestock destroyed by the effects of months of heavy rain.

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One team just flew in to Myanmar to work with other relief organizations after the cyclone. The official death toll nearly doubled to 78,000 as heavy rains lashed much of the area stricken two weeks ago, further hampering relief efforts.

We will follow their story as we get news from them