There are welcoming communities at Sunday church services and Wednesday testimony meetings. You can attend in person or online. Learn more
Christian Science Reading Rooms are bookstores open to anyone exploring spiritual answers to life’s many questions and problems. Learn more
These talks show how the teachings of Christian Science bring healing and regeneration to you, your friends and community. Learn more
Christian Science practitioners are available full time to help anyone, anywhere, through prayer. They answer questions, too. Feel free to call or email a practitioner. Learn more
On college campuses
Christian Science Organizations (CSOs) are designed to provide a spiritual approach to addressing campus issues. Lear more
Ecumenical and interfaith
When we are asked to join with other Christians to address some issue, we may feel some trepidation. Will the others accept me? Do I feel comfortable in a group with those who may have differing views of what it means to be a Christian? Will they agree with my views of prayer and healing? Will I be comfortable and be able to support what they have to share?
November 20, next Thursday, is Universal Children’s Day. This is a United Nations’ sponsored event, started in 1954. The resolution establishing it recommends that it be observed as “a day of activity devoted to promoting the…welfare of the children of the world.”
I’m excited to invite you to pray about and possibly participate in these two ecumenical activities this year: Ecumenical Advocacy Days and National Workshop on Christian Unity. Both take place in April, and here’s some information to get you thinking about it.