Church of Scientology to Hold 10 Days of Peace in September

The Nashville Church of Scientology will be doing a series of events for “10 Days of Peace,” ending with a large event on September 21st for International Day of Peace.

Nashville, TN, August 02, 2018 --( The Nashville Church of Scientology works with Tennessee United for Human Rights to hold events that promote human rights education for everyone. The church has held an event for International Day of Peace for the past three years and will be holding an event again this year on September 21. Leading up to this, the church is having “10 Days of Peace” which launches on September 11, the anniversary of the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers in New York City.

International Day of Peace was declared by the United Nations General Assembly as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples. To launch the 10 Days of Peace, the church will hold a special event each day, culminating in the large event for Sept 21.

This is the fourth annual observance of Peace Day by TNUHR, and promises to be bigger than ever. In 2015, the group organized an eye-opening panel discussion on “Exposing the Hidden World of Human Trafficking,” and in 2016, TNUHR held an event under the theme “Know Your Rights and Survive: Overcoming Domestic Violence.” Last year, the group held a panel discussion on “Religious Freedom and What This Means Today.”

“We are excited to hold '10 Days of Peace' this year and make these events larger than ever before,” says Rev. Brian Fesler, Pastor of the Nashville Church of Scientology.

"10 Days of Peace" launches on September 11 at the Church of Scientology, and all are welcome.

TNUHR is a chapter of the international organization United for Human Rights, formed on the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to provide human rights resources and educational materials to all sectors of society. For more information about the events on Peace Day or to find out more about Tennessee United for Human Rights, visit
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