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Scientology Volunteer Ministers: SOMETHING CAN BE DONE ABOUT IT (CONTINUED...)

Scientology Volunteer Ministers Planetwide Movement In 2005, a Volunteer Minister Goodwill Tour was launched by IAS members with the support of an IAS grant, to bring help to peoples where there are no major Churches of Scientology already established.

4 separate tours are traveling throughout Eastern Europe, Africa, India and South America. Click here for a full list of the cities and countries being visited. All told, in 2005 the Volunteer Minister Cavalcades brought on-on-one help to more than 1,400,000 people.

In October 2005 an IAS-sponsored Volunteer Minister planet-wide movement was announced. While all current Volunteer Minister activities and tours continue, three new Goodwill Tours will be launched.

The first of the new Goodwill Tours travels to Asia — South Korea, Hong Kong, Philippines and Thailand, training new Volunteer Ministers and establishing new Ministries.
The second tour is by ship, and travels across the islands of the South Pacific, from Fiji to Samoa. It follows the same pattern, bringing the help of Volunteer Ministers one-on-one, and opening new Volunteer Ministries on each island, before moving on to the next one.
The third new Goodwill Tour is by train, on the famed Trans-Siberian Railroad, stopping at each major city on the way with the Volunteer Minister Center, across the 10 time zones of the Commonwealth of Independent States between Moscow in the west and Vladivostok in the far east, establishing new centers across that vast landscape.


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