Sunday, June 11, 2006

Scientology Volulnteer Ministers

All over the world, Scientology Volunteer Ministers help their neighbors, their community and people in need wherever they may be.

Right now, anyone who wants to join the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Disaster Relief Team in Java is invited to contact their nearest Scientology church.

Here is news on what the team is doing in Java.

he first team of Scientology Volunteer Ministers has begun providing trauma relief in Yogyakarta, Indonesia to survivors of the 6.3-magnitude earthquake that killed at least 6,234 people, injured an estimated 46,000 to 53,000 and damaged or destroyed more than 139,000 homes.

Hospitals have set up makeshift wards in parking structures and parking lots, where patients on a wild assortment of cots, beds, mattresses — many just lying on cardboard on the cement floors — await help from doctors and nursing staff who are struggling to cope with the nearly 19,000 who have been hospitalized for injuries sustained during the cataclysm.

To provide as much help as possible the Scientology Volunteer Ministers are training nursing staff and families of the injured in how to administer Scientology assists.

The Scientology Volunteer Ministers Disaster Relief Teams will train anyone who wishes to join them and help in this effort. To learn more about how you can help, contact:

Australia, New Zealand and Oceania Coordinator, Virginia Stewart at:

US Coordinator Aenetta at,

UK Coordinator: Ann Rollins at,

South East Asia Coordinator, Angel Wijayanto at:

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