The new Church of Scientology Twin Cities stands at 505 Wabasha Street in the heart of downtown St. Paul. The landmark building is the former home of the Science Museum of Minnesota and now serves as the first Ideal Church of Scientology in the Midwest.
The Church of Scientology Twin Cities grand reception is the welcoming point for all who enter the Church. Here, visitors will find an array of introductory books and Public Information Displays presenting the fundamental beliefs and practices of Dianetics and Scientology as well as the life and legacy of Founder L. Ron Hubbard.
The Scientology Public Information Center
The Church of Scientology Twin Cities Public Information Center presents informational films introducing Dianetics and Scientology, the Church’s many humanitarian and community outreach programs, as well as the life and legacy of Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard.
Reception Lounge and Fireplace
Just off reception is a lounge and fireplace in true Minnesota style, offering a warm welcome to all who enter the Church.
The Chapel of the new Church of Scientology Twin Cities, dedicated October 22, 2011, serves parishioners and guests for Sunday services, weddings and naming ceremonies. The original 300-seat IMAX Theater, further serves as a venue for a wide range of community events.
Dianetics and Scientology Bookstore
The L. Ron Hubbard legacy comprises tens of millions of published words, recorded lectures and films on the mind, life and spirit. These materials are available to parishioners and newcomers alike. Mr. Hubbard’s beginning library is available in 50 languages.
The café is conveniently located just off the grand reception of the Church of Scientology Twin Cities. It provides snacks and refreshments to both parishioners and visitors.
The Purification Center
L. Ron Hubbard developed the Purification Program to free individuals from the mental and spiritual devastation caused by drugs. The Purification Center features an iconic tile and stone mural depicting the bridge connecting St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Scientology Course Room
Scientologists study a series of courses to train as auditors (spiritual counselors). Auditors apply the technologies of Dianetics and Scientology to help others attain spiritual freedom.
The Office of L. Ron Hubbard
As is traditional in all Churches of Scientology, an office of L. Ron Hubbard stands in honor of the Founder and symbolizes that this Church is true to his writings and ideals.