Christian Science presents a fresh way of understanding and learning about one’s own relationship to God, and is based on the teachings of Christ Jesus.
It shows how problems of any kind can be healed and overcome through prayer, centred on spiritual laws and the knowledge of an omnipotent power, that of a loving, Father-Mother God.
Mary Baker Eddy - founder and discoverer of Christian Science - proved this for herself and countless others.
Anyone can turn to God for healing today in just the same way.
You’re warmly invited to attend Services at any branch or society of the Church of Christ, Scientist where you’ll hear music, singing, scriptural readings, prayer, and a sermon.
Christian Science Sunday church services are for everyone! The hymns, prayer and a Lesson-Sermon read from the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures provide spiritual inspiration and a healing atmosphere.
Just an hour every week where young children through to teenagers can explore the moral and spiritual teachings of the Bible and Science and Health and learn how to make them practical in their own lives. Click here for more details about Sunday School.
Wednesday Testimony Meetings are a midweek pause for prayer, for listening to readings from the Bible and Science and Health that speak to a current issue or need in the community or world. There is also an opportunity to share (and listen to) testimonies of healing and experiences gained through prayer and the study of Christian Science.
The Bible Lesson explores the primary themes of Christian Science, including the nature of God, the healing and redeeming power of the Christ, and our spiritual identity as the children of God.
The Daily Lift podcasts are short takes on inspiring ideas to enrich your day and share with friends.
The Daily Thought is a selected daily citation from the current week’s Bible Lesson.
The Monitor’s aim is to embrace the human family, shedding light with the conviction that understanding the world’s problems and possibilities moves us towards solutions.
Sentinel Watch weekly podcasts tackle topics relevant to daily life, inspiring our prayers for the world.