Due to the number of IDMR members visiting International Headquarters, and the frequent change in class location for IDMR Los Angeles, the class schedule for the Los Angeles Branch is now available on the website. You may also call 323-733-0672 for class schedule information. To view the September Calendar (revised), click here. To view the September Calendar (revised) in Adobe Acrobat, click here. To view the October Calendar, click here. To view the October Calendar in Adobe Acrobat, click here.
For all branch school members who plan to visit the Los Angeles, CA branch, please contact the Hospitality Chairperson prior to purchasing tickets or making arrangements for accommodations. There will be an influx of branch school visitors to Los Angeles in the coming months. It is imperative that notification be sent in advance of making travel plans via e-mail to email@example.com.
The IDMR International Vice President and Dean, Robert Harris, DD, MD, parted the veil of the flesh on Thursday morning, September 13, 2018. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Sunday, October 14, 2018 at the Dolby Theatre, 6801 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028. The Dolby Theatre is located at the Hollywood and Highland Center. The confirmed time for the service is 3pm. All IDMR members are welcome to attend. All attendees MUST be dressed in dressy class attire (as defined by our Founder) or BETTER. Because the Dolby Theatre is located at the very busy intersection of Hollywood and Highland, this will allow ushers to distinguish our attendees from curious passersby or vagrants that might drift in among us. If you show up in casual attire, you will likely be denied entrance. Thanks in advance for your cooperation!
Cards and condolences from IDMR members may be sent to Dr. Marion Harris, 3405 West 21st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90018. For condolences from branch schools, branch school officers should review the announcement on the International News page of the IWBA.
For IDMR members who plan to attend the memorial service and would like to attend class in Los Angeles on Thursday, October 11 or Tuesday, October 16, please contact your local branch officers for instructions contained in the announcement on the International Web-based Application (IWBA) and e-mail your request to Los Angeles Hospitality. Requests will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis until all seats are filled.
There are entrances to the parking structure on Highland Avenue and Orange Drive. The parking structure is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Hollywood and Highland Center (Dolby Theatre) Parking is as follows:
Self parking - $2.00 with validation for 2 hours ($6.00 per hour after 2 hours, maximum $17.00)
Valet Parking - $8.00 added to self parking fee up to a maximum of $25.00
Please note: The Dolby Theatre does not validate. Validation at the Visitor Information Center is free. The Visitor Information Center is open on Sunday from 10am - 7pm. The following merchants also validate:
Auntie Anne’s Pretzels
California Pizza Kitchen
Chado Tea Room
Dave & Buster's
El Capitan Theatre
Find Your Feet
French Crepe Company
Gifts of Hollywood
Green Earth Cafe
Hard Rock Cafe
Hard Rock Cafe Rock Shop
Preston’s Restaurant (inside Loews Hollywood Hotel)
TCL Chinese Theatre (formerly Grauman’s)
TCL Chinese 6 Theatres
Visitor Information Center
METRO RED LINE INFO
The Metro Red Line is conveniently located directly below Hollywood and Highland. The Hollywood/Highland station is near the Dolby Theatre. Red Line service hours are approximately from 5:00 am until 12:45 am daily.
From the East
Take 10 West to 101 North. Exit Highland Avenue (Stay on right-hand side of the freeway as exit splits). The street winds down and becomes three lanes towards Hollywood Bowl. Turn left onto Highland Avenue. The parking structure is on Highland Avenue next to the Loews Hollywood Hotel, north of Hollywood Blvd.
From the North
Take 101 South. Exit Highland Avenue. The street winds down and becomes three lanes. You will then see Hollywood & Highland retail complex. The parking structure is on Highland Avenue next to the Loews Hollywood Hotel, north of Hollywood Blvd.
From the South
Take 110 North (passing the Downtown area) to the 101 North. Exit Highland Avenue (Stay on right-hand side of the freeway as exit splits). The street winds down and becomes three lanes towards Hollywood Bowl. Turn left onto Highland Avenue. The parking structure is on Highland Avenue next to the Loews Hollywood Hotel, north of Hollywood Blvd.
From the West
Take 10 East to 110 North/Downtown (passing the Downtown area) to the 101 North. Exit Highland Avenue (Stay on right-hand side of the freeway as exit splits). The street winds down and becomes three lanes towards Hollywood Bowl. Turn left onto Highland Avenue. The parking structure is on Highland Avenue next to the Loews Hollywood Hotel, north of Hollywood Blvd.
As of August 1, 2010, all requests to participate in the YouSendIt program should be sent to IDMR International Headquarters, PO Box 19877, Los Angeles, CA 90019, and addressed to the attention of the Information Systems Committee. A new form has been posted on the Intranet Site. Audio Visual and Audio files of all Los Angeles classes are available via the Internet to all IDMR members. Please see the Intranet for details or contact a member of your local officer's board.
The free Home Bible Study Course has been discontinued and is no longer offered by the Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research.
Please contact your Branch officers or refer to the Intranet Site for a list of IDMR e-mail addresses.
Spiritual Survivor, Lee Rosen recalls fleeing Europe during Holocaust, The Spectator (Hornell, NY), May 25, 2008.
Metaphysics institute marks 30 years in Dallas, Dallas News.Com, The Dallas Morning News (Dallas, TX), May 20, 2005.
Group has its own way of saying God's name, San Antonio Express-News (San Antonio, TX), February 17, 2003.
For IDMR, names critical to identifying God correctly, The Killeen Daily Herald Online (Killeen, TX), March 16, 2002.
Scientific Approach, Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research looks at God in different ways than major religions, Tribune Chronicle (Warren, Ohio), Sunday, December 15, 2002.
Metaphysics group teaches knowledge vs. dogma, The Tennessean (Nashville, TN), July 14, 2001.
Searching for Understanding, The Topeka Capital-Journal (Topeka, KS), June 22, 2001.
Religious 'school' hopes to grow, Richmond Times-Dispatch (Richmond, VA) June 2, 2001.
Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research: What's that? The Shreveport Sun (Shreveport, LA) April 26, 2001.
Institute operates on academic format, Mohave Valley Daily News (Laughlin, NV) January 26 - 27, 2001.
Understanding Yahweh, Muskogee Daily Phoenix and Times Democrat (Muskogee, OK) January 27, 2001.
Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research meets in Conway, Log Cabin Democrat (Conway, AR) January 26, 2001.
IDMR follows the visions of Founder Henry Kinley, Sun Post News (San Clemente, CA) January 5, 2001.
Speakers to discuss the human body, Jewish history, The Star-Gazette (Elmira, NY) October 17, 2000.
If spirit counts, why argue over 'physical rituals', The News Star (Monroe, LA) September 30, 2000.
Institute teaches knowledge, understanding, thus faith, Muskogee Daily Phoenix (Muskogee, OK) August 12, 2000.
Visionary Teaching Offers New Way To View the 'Pattern' of Religion, The Williamsport Sun-Gazette (Willamsport, PA - Wellsboro-Mansfield Branch) July 29, 2000.
Metaphysical Means, The Augusta Chronicle (Augusta, GA), July 22, 2000.
Teaching Creation's Pattern, The Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), June 24, 2000.
Beyond the flesh, Group puts faith in God's name, The News-Star (Monroe, LA), June 24, 2000.
Institute joins religion and science, The Indianapolis Recorder, (Indianapolis, IN) June 9, 2000.
Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research, Community Shopper (Richmond, VA), June 6, 2000.
We must recognize what's inside, The Town Talk (Alexandria, LA), March 4, 2000.
Where We Worship: The Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research, The News & Observer - Faith (Raleigh, NC), February 25, 2000.
Faith and Values Section Spotlight, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Section B2, (Atlanta, GA), February 19, 2000.
Finding the light through study, research - The Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research seeks to find answers to questions about religion. The Daily Messenger (Irondequoit, NY - Rochester Branch) January 16, 2000.
Divine Metaphysics Research seminar this Sunday, Long Beach Press-Telegram (Long Beach, CA), December 22, 1999.
Institute schedules lecture at library. The Log Cabin Democrat of Conway Arkansas. December 17, 1999.
Worship Spotlight - Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research, Press and Sun Bulletin (Binghamton, NY), November 27, 1999.
Spiritual growth is essential for new millennium, The News-Star (Monroe, LA) November 6, 1999.
Group shares its doctrines about God, Science, The Times (Shreveport, LA), October 8, 1999.
Institute questions common beliefs, The Middletown Journal (Middletown, OH), September 25, 1999.
Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research establishes Internet presence, The Evening Tribune (Hornell, NY), September 23, 1999.
The Mystery of the Godhead, Trinity or Unity, The Town Talk (Alexandria, LA), August 7, 1999.
Seeing God's 'pattern' in life, The Tennessean (Nashville, TN), July 29, 1999.
Spiritual group holds convention, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet (Mt. Juliet, TN), July 21, 1999.
Unconventional Faith, The Montgomery Advertiser (Montgomery, AL), May 1, 1999.
In His Image, The Town Talk (Alexandria, LA), February 13, 1999.
Charting the Way, The Times Record (Ft. Smith, AR), September 26, 1998.
IDMR International Public Relations mailed a CD to every branch of the Institute entitled, "Elohim the Archetype (Original) Pattern of the Universe." IDMR Branch Schools are requested to make a copy of this CD available to their members, either free of charge or at a minimal cost to cover the reproduction expenses of the CD.
As of March 2, 2017 International is now accepting orders for digital charts.
Holy Name Bible Inquiries
Although the Holy Name Bible is one of the biblical resources utilized by the Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research (IDMR), the IDMR neither prints nor publishes the Holy Name Bible, and is in no way affiliated or associated with any organization that prints or publishes it or claims to do so.