Sweden org addresses

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Sweden org addresses

Post by don_carlo » Mon Aug 16, 2004 12:58 am

Scientologi Kyrkan i Göteborg
Värmlandsgatan 16, 1 tr
41328 Göteborg
Sweden
Tel: 0046-31-243585
E-mail: cofsgoteborg@telia.com
Web Site: www.scientology-gothenburg.org

Scientologi Kyrkan i Malmö
Porslinsgatan 3
211 32 Malmö
Sweden
Tel: 040 978221
E-mail: cofsmalmo@zeta.telenordia.se
Web Site: www.scientology-malmo.org

Scientologi Kyrkan i Stockholm
Reimersholmsgatan 9
117 40 Stockholm
Sweden
Tel: 08-50 66 76 00
E-Mail: cofsstockholm@swipnet.se
Web Site: www.scientology-stockholm.org

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Post by nowirehangers » Mon Aug 16, 2004 3:18 am

Funny thing about these: They have the same intoduction text on all three websites, and it obviously hasn't been updated for over two and a half years!

They mention 9/11, looking back at "the past year" (2001), etc. and "You can make a 2002 for yourself and others that is as brilliant and spectacular as you want it to be."

Other things on the website may have been updated, but they haven't bothered to change the over two-year-old intro text on any of them.

So I guess there's not a whole lot going on in the Swedish Co$ :)

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Post by sea_ogre » Mon Aug 16, 2004 7:07 pm

Sounds good to me!!

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Post by don_carlo » Wed Aug 18, 2004 2:10 am

Sweden mission:

Dianetik Huset
Pipersvag 165
17074 Solna
Sweden
Tel: 46-8-660-3788
or 46-8-660-3877

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Post by nancy_wenlock » Sun Jun 05, 2005 5:15 am

Hey,

Anyone else here remember the old days when there were 5 orgs in Sweden??

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Post by catarina » Sun Jun 12, 2005 7:13 am

Not exactly, but I do remember when the Stockholm org had around 100 staff in the early 1980s...

I recently spoke to some students who had interviewed a staff member at the Malmoe org. She had told them that there were 40-50 active members at that org now. Not just staff, but all the active scientologists in the area. Expansion.

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Post by tammy » Sun Jun 12, 2005 9:25 pm

Are Flor and Tor Hellberg still at Malmo?

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Post by mickwenlock » Mon Jun 13, 2005 2:07 am

Hej catarina!

How many staff at Stockholm nowadays?
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Post by catarina » Tue Jun 14, 2005 8:22 am

I'm sorry I don't know the answer to either question. These days I rarely involve myself in Scn-related matters. A couple of years ago, the Stockholm org is supposed to have had about 20-25 staff.

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Post by mickwenlock » Tue Jun 14, 2005 2:55 pm

thanks for the info Catarina. 20 -25 staff? Sad days...
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Post by nowirehangers » Wed Jun 15, 2005 4:07 am

I had an hour with nothing to do between two appointments in Malmö, so I tried to find the org at Porslinsg. At first I didn't see it, they I looked up and saw a couple of signs, one of which said Church of Scientology". Nobody outside. Door was locked. I didn't ring the bell..... DOesn't seem to happen a lot there...

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Post by tammy » Wed Jun 15, 2005 4:17 am

Thanks, No Wire Hangers. Nice to know my perceptions are accurate. Locked door, nobody there...

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Post by nowirehangers » Thu Jun 16, 2005 3:58 am

At least nobody outside.
It looks like this http://www.scientology.org/world/worlde ... malorg.jpg

It's like any door to any apartment or office building. They had a doorbell outside, as did the other business in the same house. Maybe if you ring, they will ask who you are and let you in. I could have tried that, but I wasn't in the mood.

I suppose somebody must have been up there (3rd floor I think) because according to their website they are open:
Mon - Fri 9.00 - 23.00
Sat. 9.00 - 19.00
Sun. 9.00 - 22.00

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Post by catarina » Fri Jun 17, 2005 1:11 pm

IIRC, the students I talked to said they had been told by the Malmo staff member they interviewed that the org is open evenings plus weekends.

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Post by Markus G. » Tue Feb 21, 2006 11:39 am

What is the large barn-like building in rural setting, depicted on the Malmö website?

It's strange that Malmö's and Gothenburg's websites have been updated in 2006 but not Stockholm's.
Nancy Wenlock wrote:Anyone else here remember the old days when there were 5 orgs in Sweden??
Both Eskilstuna and Örebro orgs were shut down way before 1980.

I remember a few public and staff members from Eskilstuna who had been transferred to Stockholm after that their org was gone. It was actually one of the very first orgs in Sweden. Bent Corydon made a mission there back in 1969, he mentions it in "Messiah or Madman?"...
Bent Corydon wrote: Shortly after I returned to England I was sent, for a couple of
weeks, to Sweden to assist a small organization in Eskilstuna, near
Stockholm.
It was still winter and I spent some of the coldest days of my life
trying to help out this brave idealistic Swedish couple who were up
against a language barrier in selling what was essentially an American
subject - no books had yet been translated into Swedish.

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