Inside and Outside the Churches of Scientology Around the World
The Church of Scientology Hamburg was newly dedicated on January 21, 2012, in ceremonies attended by 1,500 Scientologists, dignitaries and guests. The Church stands at Domstrasse 9 in the center of Hamburg’s historic district. The newly renovated and expanded facility meets the needs of Hamburg’s growing Scientology congregation and serves as a center for people of all faiths to unite for community and social betterment.
Reception: The Church of Scientology Hamburg’s reception welcomes all who enter. Here, visitors will find an array of introductory books and a Public Information Center, presenting the fundamental beliefs and practices of Dianetics and Scientology.
Testing Center: Adjoining reception is the Testing Center to assist individuals in gaining an understanding of their personal capabilities and directing their path toward spiritual awareness. Testing is among the many Introductory Scientology Services offered by the Church.
The Scientology Public Information Center: The new Church of Scientology Hamburg Public Information Center, containing an array of multimedia displays in answer to the question, “What is Scientology?” More than 500 informational and documentary films present the beliefs and practices of the Scientology religion, as well as the life and legacy of Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard.
All visitors are welcome to tour at their leisure to find out about the religion for themselves.
Café: The Hamburg Scientology Public Information Center adjoins the Church’s café, open to both visitors and those attending scheduled activities.
Introductory Seminars: Introductory Services, including the Dianetics and Scientology Personal Efficiency Seminars, provide fundamental Scientology principles for newcomers.
Dianetics and Scientology Bookstore: The Church’s bookstore makes available L. Ron Hubbard’s works on Dianetics and Scientology. Mr. Hubbard’s full legacy comprises tens of millions of published words and recorded lectures. These religious works are available in 50 languages.
The Chapel: All congregational gatherings (including weddings, naming ceremonies and Sunday services) convene in the new Church of Scientology Hamburg Chapel. The Chapel further serves as a venue for public lectures, workshops and community-wide events.