Online Wednesday testimony meeting
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Join our global online congregation live every Wednesday at 2 pm. Eastern time. An audio replay is available within thirty minutes after the meeting ends until Friday at 8 am Eastern time.
At Wednesday testimony meetings, you’ll hear hymns and readings specially selected for the day from the Christian Science Pastor—the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. You’ll also hear testimonies of healing and comments about Christian Science submitted by listeners.
If you are able, please listen via computer as phone lines are limited.
Replays are not available by phone.
Access code: 969 9392 8161#
Listen live to the online Wednesday service at 2 pm Eastern time. Phone charges, if any, are the responsibility of the caller.
Wednesday, May 25, 2022
Moji George, First Reader
Stephen Loher, Assistant Organist
Voluntary on Falmouth (Hymn 36)
Horatius Bonar, adapted, words
Walter E. Young, music
Church of the ever-living God,
The Father's gracious choice;
Amid the voices of this earth
How mighty is thy voice.
Thy words, amid the words of earth,
How noiseless and how pure;
Amid the hurrying crowds of time
Thy step how calm and sure.
Amid the restless eyes of earth
How steadfast is thine eye,
Fixed on the silent loveliness
That fills the morning sky.
Untiring praise we lift on high,
Unfaltering songs we sing,
Unending festival we keep
In presence of the King.
Readings from the Bible, and correlative passages from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
Silent Prayer, followed by the audible repetition of the Lord's Prayer, its spiritual interpretation being omitted.
Samuel Johnson*, words
John B. Dykes, music
City of God, how broad and far
Outspread thy walls sublime;
The true thy chartered freemen are,
Of every age and clime.
One holy church, one army strong,
One steadfast high intent,
One working band, one harvest song,
One King omnipotent.
How gleam thy watch fires through the night,
With never fainting ray;
How rise thy towers, serene and bright,
To meet the dawning day.
In vain the surge's angry shock,
In vain the drifting sands;
Unharmed upon th' eternal Rock,
The heavenly city stands.
Experiences, testimonies and remarks on Christian Science
To submit a testimony, scroll down to the bottom of this webpage to the section that says “Testimonies."
Pablo Sosa, adapt.; eng. tr. Mary Louise Bringle, adapt., words
Pablo Sosa; harm. and arr. CSPS, music
This is the day, this is the day,
This is the day that God has made!
Open, now open the doorways of justice,
Let us be glad as we pass through those gates.
There is the place where the righteous may enter,
Singing to God with thanksgiving and praise.
I will sing praises because You have heard me,
Offering salvation with grace upon grace.
Turning the stone that the builders rejected,
Into the cornerstone, rock of our faith.
It is the Lord who has done all these wonders;
I have seen marvelous, marvelous things.
This is the day that the Lord has created;
Join the rejoicing as every heart sings.
Words and Music © 1983 GIA Publications, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Used by permission. English translation © 2006 GIA Publications, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
Voluntary on St. Agnes (Hymn 37)
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Feel free to submit testimonies using the testimony/comment form before, during, or after the meeting, and throughout the week. Read our testimony guidelines. We'd love it if you would include your name and location so we can embrace our global audience. As you write up your testimony, please remember that we have listeners from many different backgrounds, with varying degrees of familiarity with Christian Science. We do not air all submissions and submissions may be slightly edited before airing.
If your testimony has never been published before, you are invited to submit a longer version of it to The Christian Science Journal, Christian Science Sentinel, or The Herald of Christian Science at JSH Submissions. Further guidelines for submitting testimonies to the periodicals are also available here.