Church services

People singing at a service

There are welcoming communities at Sunday church services and Wednesday testimony meetings. You can attend in person or online. Learn more

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Reading Rooms

Gig Harbor, WA Reading Room

Christian Science Reading Rooms are bookstores open to anyone exploring spiritual answers to life’s many questions and problems. Learn more

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Public talks

Public talk

These talks show how the teachings of Christian Science bring healing and regeneration to you, your friends and community.  Learn more

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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

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On college campuses

Christian Science Organizations (CSOs) are designed to provide a spiritual approach to addressing campus issues. Lear more

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Ecumenical and interfaith

Circle of Faith is an ecumenical and interfaith online community. People of all backgrounds, faiths, and perspectives are welcome to read and comment on our blogs and podcasts.

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Recent Blog posts

#193. Do Christian Scientists fit into "the body of Christ?"

I’ve been thinking about Paul’s letters to the churches in Corinth and Rome, and how he focuses more on the need for the early Christians to get along, to love each other, than to go out and preach the new gospel. Apparently, loving each other was as needed then as it’s needed today!

#192. An Ecumenical Encounter: "It's Him Again"

We have the privilege of seeing and feeling God's presence in our interactions with others, regardless of color or denomination.  Then our understanding of God’s greatness only gets bigger--one more blessing gleaned from ecumenical involvement.       

#191. Is Ecumenical Prayer Powerful?

     In recent years we’ve seen many examples of the power of ecumenical legislative efforts, ecumenical councils and teams. Yet my heart yearns to consider “Can ecumenicalprayerbe powerful?”