David Miscavige - International News

As the driving force behind the worldwide program to expand all of the churches of Scientology to better serve their communities, Mr. David Miscavige has traveled extensively addressing hundreds of thousands of Scientologists and non-Scientologists at international Scientology celebrations and events.

Monday, October 23, 2006

David Miscavige Dedicates New Church of Scientology of London

More than 3,000 members and friends of the Church of Scientology of London packed Queen Victoria Street in the heart of London for the sensational grand opening of the new home of the UK’s oldest Scientology church.

Guest of honor, Mr. David Miscavige, Chairman of the Board of the Religious Technology Center and the ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion, stressed the historical importance of London. “This is the city L. Ron Hubbard himself [founder of the Scientology religion] selected as home to the first Scientology organization.

This is also the city wherein he first defined the human spirit as an immortal being possessed of capabilities beyond anything predicted, and so arrived at the axiomatic truths on which the whole of Scientology is founded.

Your early London organizations were also the original proving ground for the bulk of Mr. Hubbard’s social betterment programs which are used to uplift neighborhoods just like this one.”

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Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Mr. David Miscavige Describes the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Program

Featured speech: This is Scientology August, 2004
At the occasion of the 35th Anniversary of the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre International in 2004, Mr. David Miscavige describes the Scientology Volunteer Ministers program in these terms:

Mr. David Miscavige
"The final word, as regards our front-line work bringing our help wherever and whenever needed is our corps of 30-thousand Scientology Volunteer Ministers — on call, 24 hours a day in scores of nations. >> continued