Clearwater, FL, December 21, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- The group was from diverse religious backgrounds (Seventh Day Adventists, Catholics, other Christian denominations and Scientologists) who enjoyed the hospitality, but also the conversation. Despite their differences in age, they found commonality discussing cultural changes across the U.S. over the last 70 years. From rotary telephones, pay phones, the early “brick” cell phones, flip phones, word processors, floppy disks, and modern technology such as “the cloud.”
“Believe it or not, just having a chance to sit down and talk with one another face-to-face, regardless of the topic, is a uniting experience. While we are from different generations, we all witnessed these changes in society and marvel at how they impact our lives every day,” remarked Amber Skjelset, Manager of the Scientology Information Center. “Communication is a powerful tool and the value of having friends cannot be underestimated either. Mr. Hubbard once stated, ‘A man is as rich as he has friends’ which is an important message to remember for the Holidays.”
The Information Center is open to anyone curious about Scientology. It provides a self-guided tour of audio-visual displays showing basic Scientology beliefs, Churches around the world, ongoing social programs and the life of L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology's founder. It also serves as a venue which showcases artistic performances for the community through theatre, dance, song, and piano.
For more information on Scientology, visit www.scientology.org or the Scientology Network on DirecTV channel 320, or streaming at www.scientology.tv or apps at AppleTV, FireTV and Roku.
The Scientology Information Center:
The Scientology Information Center, located in the century-old Clearwater Building in downtown Clearwater, opened on July 11, 2015, and currently houses a gallery of audiovisual displays with some 400 videos. The Center is open to all and provides a self-guided tour showing basic Scientology beliefs, Churches around the world, ongoing social programs and the life of L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology’s founder. The Center offers tours to the broad public; holds concerts, theatrical performances and receptions for the community; and opens up the use of its conference room to social, civic and non-profit groups.