What’s going on now

In accordance with Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker's 3/23/20 order, we have closed our storefront for the time being. Email or phone us with questions and mail orders. We’ve started daily online events so you can stay connected without leaving your home. Join us for inspiring podcasts and readings by phone or computer. Our librarians are finding resources to help customers stay uplifted and find healing.

Daily events at 2 p.m. — online and over the phone

Here is how you can join by phone or computer for our online events.  

By phone:

  1. Dial (855) 880-1246

  2. When asked enter this meeting ID: 221 970 9670#

  3. When asked to enter your participant ID, press: #

     

Using Zoom's teleconference software with a computer or smartphone:

  1. Download the free software here.

  2. Set it up by following these directions.

  3. To join an event, open the software and enter the meeting ID: 221 970 9670



We offer a bi-monthly newsletter

Science is all about understanding and demonstration. Christianity is of the heart. Can these two views be in harmony with each other? The master teacher, Jesus, said, "... ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." (John 8:32) We invite you to read articles in our newsletter that show how naturally Christianity and Science go together and the blessings that this connection can bring.

Read: "CAN CHRISTIANITY BE SCIENTIFIC?"


And we offer a weekly newsletter (sent May 15):

Read  "Real comfort and joy, right now!"



Weekly events

Mondays 2:00pm

Weekly Bible Lesson reading
Are you looking for a Bible study group? Join others to read the Christian Science Bible Lesson. Readings are from the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy. 

Why: These weekly lessons help make practical the spiritual meaning of the Bible. “The Bible and the Christian Science textbook are our only preachers.” — Mary Baker Eddy

Tuesdays 2:00pm

Current inspirational audio or article
Meet us online to listen to an audio podcast or join a group reading of a new Christian Science article.

Why: Find inspiration from speakers and writers who've proven the power of God in their daily lives through Christian Science practice. 

Wednesdays 2:00pm

Wednesday Testimony Meeting online
Listen to the online Testimony Meeting from The Mother Church. Readings are on a current topic. Passages are chosen from the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy.

Why: Christian Science healing happens around the world. Hear testimonies shared from across the globe.
 

Thursday 2:00pm

Current inspirational audio or article
Meet us online to listen to an audio podcast or join a group reading of a new Christian Science article.

Why: Find inspiration from speakers and writers who've proven the power of God in their daily lives through Christian Science practice.
 

Friday 2:00pm

Weekly Bible Lesson reading
Are you looking for a Bible study group? Join others to read the Christian Science Bible Lesson. Readings are from the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy. 

Why: These weekly lessons help make practical the spiritual meaning of the Bible. “The Bible and the Christian Science textbook are our only preachers.” — Mary Baker Eddy

 

Saturdays 2:00pm

Reading Room | Christian Science Sentinel Watch podcast

Christian Science Sentinel Watch
Saturdays we play re-broadcasts of the Christian Science Sentinel Watch. Connect or call to enjoy these real-life stories of prayer-based healing found in heartfelt accounts of lives changed. Click here for more information.

Why: Find inspiration by hearing from people who've proven the power of God in their daily life through Christian Science practice.

Sundays 2:00pm

Sermon on the Mount
Start your week off right. Join with others to read Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount—a collection of his teachings found in the Gospel of Matthew. 

Why: “To my sense the Sermon on the Mount, read each Sunday without comment and obeyed throughout the week, would be enough for Christian practice.” — Mary Baker Eddy