Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Jenna Elfman and Scientology

I'm a fan of Jenna Elfman. I loved her in the movie "Keeping the Faith" and I think she has such charm and an incredible commic timing and instinct that makes her exceptional. She's lovely too.

I'm also very proud of her as a Scientologist because she's such a good example of Scientology principles in action. She contibutes her "star power" to projects the Church is doing in the field of human rights and social reform.

She also opened a Scientology mission in San Francisco in the SoMa district.

I loved the story behind that. Most Scientologists tend to open missions in their home towns. That's why Isaac Hayes and Lisa Marie Presely teamed up to open a mission in Memphis and why Kirsty Alley opened a mission in Witchita.

Jenna isn't from San Francisco -- by Dharma (of Dharma and Greg) is, and she opened a mission in the home town of her character!

She was on hand to help celebrate the grand opening of the new Scientology church in Buffalo

When a human rights group that the Church supports (Youth for Human Rights International) decided to create a music video to promote human rights, Jenna agreed to volunteer her time for a cameo appearance.

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