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Author: Nancy Boyer-Rechlin

Join us for a Live Webinar on  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, at 7:30 pm EST.  The program is an hour-long talk on Christian Science, titled, "Never too late to experience freedom. " The Zoom link for the webinar is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87313670203. Those attending can connect anytime within the half hour prior to the 7:30pm (Eastern US & Canada) start time. A fresh perspective...

Where better to turn for reassurance and wisdom in this time of need than to the Word of God and quiet daily prayer. Both the Hebrew Scripture and the Gospel impart a message of Love that quiets fear and opens thoughts and hearts to ways to help one another. Christ Jesus often gently admonished those he would aid...

Dear Friends, Our Church board continues to monitor the guidance of state and public health officials in regard to activities at our church. Meetings and services will resume May 17, following Virginia guidelines. Members and friends sheltering at home are supported with regular phone contact. Resources for remote participation in Sunday services and Wednesday testimony meetings are offered...

 If you missed this wonderful talk by Christian Science speaker Nate Frederick (given in Staunton, VA,  March 31st, 2019), here's a brief summary.  See the close of this post for study resources mentioned in his talk.   Faith, understanding and love heal! This inspirational program was a talk augmented with slides, titled   "Learn to Pray and Heal (a spiritual adventure)." The presentation explored...

Even if we have grown up learning about God and praying to God, there are times we may wonder, is God real?  Sharing with one another our honest questions and those moments we have felt God to be real we can help each other discover something that feels real to us. We've all had moments when happiness linked to gratitude...

Welcome! Every post on this page shares some inspiration, and directs you to resources for exploring the nature of effective prayer.  We encourage you to discover the connection between the thoughts we hold about God and life -- and our health and happiness. Shakespeare writes, "Nothing is good or bad, but thinking makes it so." Jesus states, "If ye continue in my word,...