Audience types

General Audiences

Would you like to host a lecture open to all your family, friends and neighbors—from the curious to the committed, the skeptic to the believer? Whether seeking information, inspiration, or healing, all are welcome at these events.


Did you know that many class curricula in universities, colleges, and high schools include mention of Christian Science and Mary Baker Eddy? Teachers are often glad to have a Christian Science lecturer talk to their students about the relevance of this Science to their particular field of study (e.g., theology, medicine, nursing, etc.). Watch videos here


Are you concerned about how younger generations are being prepared to face the challenges of life today? You can help them develop a solid spiritual foundation by sponsoring lectures at camps, spiritual activist summits, and other youth events. All lecturers are available to speak to youth audiences. 

College Organizations

How about adding the voice of Christian Science to the many thoughtful discussions happening on university and college campuses? Faculty, instructors, or students who form a Christian Science Organization (CSO) on their campus have the privilege of sponsoring lectures by members of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship.

Jails and prisons

Want to do something about the high rate of recidivism among inmates in jails and prisons? Christian Science lectures bring hope, reformation, and renewal that destroy the seeds of crime and give new purpose to life.


Do you think the world would be a better place if people of different faiths understood and respected one another more? Interfaith and ecumenical events can help. Christian Science lecturers are available to speak on panels, at conferences and conventions, and to adult and youth Sunday School classes of other denominations.

Other lectures

Lectures can be held for a large variety of audiences.

  • Retirement homes
  • Christian Science care facilities
  • Christian Science institutional committees
  • Juvenile detention facilities
  • Homeless shelters
  • Police stations
  • Rotary Clubs and other business clubs
  • Health fairs