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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Practitioners

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

#226. Ecumenical work is healing work

Occasionally I’m asked if my being a Protestant chaplain in the Air Force was good preparation for the healing practice of Christian Science. It was for me, but it depends upon how you approach it. We might also ask if ecumenical and interfaith work is good preparation for the healing practice. Again, it depends upon how you approach it. I found in both the ecumenical and interfaith work wonderful opportunities for healing—accompanied by lots of spiritual growth and prayer.

#225. Occult? Or 'rousing dormant Christendom'?

Most Christian Scientists would probably be surprised to take a peek at my bookshelves. For several years, I have been collecting textbooks explaining Christian Science to the general public. It’s shocking to realize how very few treat Christian Science as a Christian faith tradition, despite its Christian origin and purpose.

#224. An interfaith event that was also ecumenical

A friend and I were invited to an iftar dinner at our local mosque. What started out as an interfaith event as we sat with a Muslim family, turned into an engaging ecumenical discussion with their Catholic parents who were also at the table.