Scientology Network’s DESTINATION: SCIENTOLOGY, the weekly travelogue series that takes viewers inside Scientology Churches all around the world and discovers what makes each one unique, presents an episode featuring Pasadena, California.
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The Tournament of Roses and the Rose Bowl are world famous. In fact, this New Year’s Day tradition is synonymous with the Ball Drop of Times Square. And today this City of Roses is home to the Church of Scientology of Pasadena, California.
Located just one block from bustling Colorado Boulevard in the Old Pasadena Historic District, the Church of Scientology’s home is a registered historic landmark known as the Braley Building. This iconic structure was once a bicycle emporium built in 1906. The rise and fall of this single structure and subsequent revitalization epitomizes the journey of the city itself: rising in the early days at the center of the orange groves to its emergence as one of California’s premier cities. Then came the urban blight that nearly demolished this beautiful Old Town and its rebirth thanks to the concerted efforts of its citizens—citizens who would later work alongside the Church of Scientology to restore this heritage building to its former glory.
In this episode, meet the Church staff who preserve Pasadena’s heritage, celebrate its traditions and work to uplift this iconic American city.
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