You will find a peaceful, contemplative atmosphere at our Sunday services. Let the Bible speak to you, as you listen to a beautifully developed lesson-sermon. Two Readers will read Biblical selections with correlative passages from the Christian Science textbook (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy). Hymns, recorded music, moments for silent prayer and the Lord’s Prayer provide time for quiet reflection. Each lesson expounds on the nature of God and provides spiritual ideas to bless you in the week to come.
"Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth."
The full Bible lesson may be read or purchased in our public Reading Room.
The same inspiring and powerful sermons read at Christian Science Sunday services are also published as Bible lessons for personal study during the preceding week. A series of 26 subjects repeat twice a year, with a fresh and timely focus. They illumine the nature of God, man and Christ, and inspire moral and spiritual growth. Some examine and challenge theological concepts at odds with Christ’s revelation of God as unchanging Love. Focusing on the inspired lives and works of prophets and apostles, they explore the rich evidence of spiritual healing in Scripture. You can read the current week’s lesson, or purchase upcoming lessons at our Reading Room.
Wednesday Evening Meetings
These spiritually refreshing mid-week meetings open with a hymn and readings from the Bible and the Christian Science textbook, selected by the Reader who conducts the meeting. A portion of each meeting is set aside for those who wish to share insights, blessings and healings resulting from their study and practice of Christian Science. Gratitude has a healing power, and you can expect to depart with a lighter step. The atmosphere is informal, warm and welcoming. We love visitors!
Those with access to the Internet may enjoy joining an on-line testimony meeting originating at The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. To learn more, click here.