Committee on Publication

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About the Committee on Publication

The mission of the Committee on Publication is to engage with members of the media, lawmakers, and the public to provide an accurate understanding of Christian Science.

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Find a Committee on Publication

Feel free to contact the Committee on Publication who represents Christian Science in your country, region, or state. more

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Questions about the Committee on Publication? Feel free to contact the Manager's Office. more

U.S. Federal Office

U.S. Capitol

Located in Washington, DC, this office works with U.S. Congressional, executive, and regulatory offices to help them and the public gain a more accurate understanding of Christian Science. We follow developments in health care and insurance, and we work to ensure that spiritual health care services and the public’s access to them are not adversely affected by any law.

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Correcting impositions in your community

Talking with others about health

Health occupies a good amount of public thought and public airwaves—people want and need good health. Christian Scientists have great insights about health and meaningful healings to share. Be a part of the conversation. more

Social media

Using social media to correct impositions in public thought has proven to be highly effective!  Everyone is encouraged to participate in Committee work, and one way to do this is by using social media. more

Press Room

The Press Room contains our media blog, posts of recent stories about Christian Science that have appeared in the news, and the latest news releases from the Church to media outlets.  more

Praying about Committee work?


Articles about Committee work have been published in the Christian Science periodicals over the years. Here are some articles that can help you prayerfully support Committee work.

Health anxiety: Help for the well-but-worried

Tweeting the Good News

Health care, we have a problem

Setting the course 

Alfred Farlow

Read how Alfred Farlow, the first Committee on Publication, prayerfully approached Committee work. more