The Church of Scientology of Denver Thenew Church of Scientology of Denver stands one block from Coors Field in Lower Downtown’s Historic Ballpark Neighborhood. The Church carefully preserved original features of the restored, early 20th century building, which stands as a renowned example of Denver’s urban revitalization.
The fully restored lobby and reception are ready to receive visitors to the Church of Scientology of Denver—morning to night, seven days a week.
The Church welcomes all Denverites wishing to obtain an introductionto Dianetics and Scientology. Just steps from reception, the Public Information Center presents a complete overview of every aspect of the religion.
Public Information Center
The Public Information Center offers more than 500 films, providing visitors a complete introduction to every aspect of Dianetics and Scientology—including the beliefs and practices of the religion as well as a biographical presentation on the life and legacy of Founder L. Ron Hubbard. The Information Center further presents exhibits on the many humanitarian initiatives and social betterment programs the Church sponsors. Visitors are welcome to tour the displays at their leisure for as long as they wish and to return as often as they like.
L. Ron Hubbard Exhibition
The Church presents an introduction to Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard through a biographical exhibit honoring his life and legacy.
The Chapel is the site of all Scientology congregational services, including Sunday Service, Weddings and Naming Ceremonies. The Chapel also serves as a venue for meetings, conferences and a wide range of community events.
The Chapel serves as an ideal venue for civic occasions, including formal banquets. It is also designed to host seminars, workshops and gatherings in the name of community collaboration for the betterment of Denver.
The Church’s LoDo style café is open daily for the convenience of parishioners participating in Scientology services and for those visiting the Church.
The Church provides for evening and weekend introductory seminars, imparting an overview of fundamental principles of Dianetics and Scientology and their application in life.
The Church houses multiple classrooms for introductory courses on Dianetics and Scientology principles and their application in life.
The Success through Communication Course Room
Scientology introductory services include the Success through Communication Course, which teaches the underlying skill to succeed in both professional and personal relationships.
Dianetics and Scientology Bookstore
The Church’s bookstore offers L. Ron Hubbard’s scripture on Dianetics and Scientology. Mr. Hubbard’s full legacy comprises tens of millions of published words in dozens of books and thousands of recorded lectures, available in 17 languages.
The Purification Center
L. Ron Hubbard developed the Purification Program to free individuals from the mental and spiritual damage caused by drugs and toxins, through a regimen of exercise, sauna and nutrition—all of which are provided for in the Purification Center.
The Hubbard Guidance Center
The Hubbard Guidance Center is where Scientologists participate in auditing—Scientology spiritual counseling. Beyond this waiting area are dozens of auditing rooms to meet the needs of the Church’s growing congregation.
Scientology auditing (spiritual counseling) is delivered in dozens of auditing rooms, each of which provides a quiet, distraction-free environment necessary to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
The Academy is where Scientologists train to become auditors (spiritual counselors), capable of applying the technology of auditing to help others attain spiritual freedom. The Denver Academy comprises multiple course rooms, each devoted to a different aspect of training.
The Office of L. Ron Hubbard
Traditional in all Churches of Scientology is the Office of L. Ron Hubbard, honoring the religion’s Founder and symbolizing this Church is true to his writings and ideals.
Historic 24th Street Entrance
The original American Radiator Company building, constructed in 1916, is now home to the Church of Scientology of Denver. The Church preserved the historical features of the 44,000-square-foot structure during renovation, including the neo-classical entrance crafted from Colorado’s exquisite Yule Marble.
The Church preserved the historic façade of the landmark American Radiator Company building, most notably its stately 24th Street entryway of pure-white Colorado Yule Marble.
Blake Street Historical Sign
Among the features preserved by the Church during renovation is the original American Radiator Company sign, which has graced Blake Street since the building first opened its doors in 1916.
The Church’s renovation carefully preserved the building’s heritage, including the historic 24th Street entry hall with its grand oak staircase and wrought iron balusters.
Preserving a downtown landmark
The new home of the Church of Scientology of Denver in the Historic Ballpark Neighborhood, originally constructed in 1916, stands as a renowned example of Denver’s urban revitalization. The Church preserved the landmark building’s many distinctive features, including the skylights added at the turn of this 21st century.
In renovation of the building, the Church restored its historical elements, from the fixtures to the exposed brick walls.
The Church’s renovation was true to the history of the building, from its early 20th century industrial architecture to its 21st century features.
Church of Scientology of Denver
The new Church of Scientology stands at 2300 Blake Street in the Historic Ballpark Neighborhood of Lower Downtown Denver. The building is a prime example of the district’s early 20th century industrial architecture. It was carefully preserved by the Church during renovation and will now serve the people of Denver long into the future.