David Miscavige, from left, chairman of the board Religious Technology Center and ecclesiastical leader of Scientology, who officiated at the dedication of the new Church of Scientology of Inglewood; Skipp Townsend, executive director 2nd Call, the gang intervention group; NAACP Los Angeles Branch President Leon Jenkins; Inglewood City Councilmember Ralph Franklin; Inglewood Police Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks and the Rev. Cecil “Chip” Murray, former pastor of First A.M.E. Church in Los Angeles and now professor of religious studies at USC. Church members, guests and city officials gathered for the dedication of a new Church of Scientology and community center. The church is located at 315 S. Market St. in Inglewood, while the community center is located at 8039 S. Vermont Ave. in Los Angeles. “Together this church and community center provide for all Scientology religious services as well as its many humanitarian initiatives and social betterment programs for the benefit of Inglewood and South Los Angeles,” said a church press statement.