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Reference materials 1440 Central Avenue Memphis TN United StatesChurch of Scientology Mission of Memphis
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Jun 11, 2008
Scientology Mission in new home - Church moves from Central Avenue dwelling to Collierville — Memphis Commercial Appeal
Type: Press
Author(s): Lindsay Melvin
Source: Memphis Commercial Appeal
The Church of Scientology Mission of Memphis has moved from its Central Avenue mansion to Collierville. Most of the church's parishioners live in the suburbs and the church needed to be closer to them, said David Slaughter, who holds the local charter issued by the Los Angeles headquarters of the Church of Scientology. No longer located in the canary yellow house in Central Gardens, the church is now leasing former office space at 346 New Byhalia. Scientology, which means "the study ...
May 23, 2008
Church of Scientology sold, will be converted to home — Memphis Daily News
Type: Press
Author(s): Eric Smith
Source: Memphis Daily News
The Midtown property housing the Church of Scientology Mission of Memphis at 1440 Central Ave. has sold for $635,487 to David Slaughter, the church’s trustee or “mission holder,” and Bennetta Slaughter, according to The Daily News Online, The sale closed Tuesday, and Slaughter said he will renovate the 10,500-square-foot building into a residence. He said he will live in the home temporarily and eventually put it on the market once the renovations are complete. Meanwhile, the church will stay in ...
Dec 19, 2007
House (of Worship) For Sale — Memphis Flyer
Type: Press
Author(s): Bianca Phillips
Source: Memphis Flyer
Since 1997, the stately mansion at 1440 Central Avenue has been the city's only Church of Scientology. But it may soon become home to another church or a new family. A "For Sale" sign has taken the place of the stone "Church of Scientology" sign that once graced the building's front lawn. The mansion has been on the market for about two months, according to ReMax realtor Dean Graves. "We're exploring moving farther east," said David Slaughter, who holds the local ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Dec 7, 2007
Church of Scientology House in Memphis For Sale — Memphis Flyer
Type: Press
Source: Memphis Flyer
DECEMBER 7, 2007 - 11:11 AM Here's a real bargain for those of you looking for a nice homey place in Central Gardens: The Church of Scientology is offering to sell its Memphis headquarters at 1440 Central for a mere $895,000. Sure, it may sound a little pricey, but the amenities are pretty sweet: There are 17 rooms, including six bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, a game room, a 750-sq. ft. den, three fireplaces, and a "finished" basement. And that basement, by ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jul 26, 2002
Critics won't divert Scientologists from their mission — Memphis Business Journal (Tennessee)
Type: Press
Author(s): Joan McGraw
Source: Memphis Business Journal (Tennessee)
Long shrouded in secrecy about its practices, leaders at the local Church of Scientology have opened up to discuss basic processes they employ to achieve Scientology's ultimate goal: increase stability in a person's environment through an increase in rational, sane behavior. Eric Everett, director of community services for the Scientology Mission of Memphis, says Scientology is an "applied religious philosophy" appropriate for any faith tradition. "We live in a society under siege, bombarded by an onslaught of drugs and toxins. No ...
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