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You’re always welcome at Sunday church services and Wednesday testimony meetings at Christian Science branch churches and societies around the world.
Information about submitting a testimony online for the Wednesday testimony meeting at The First Church of Christ, Scientist
You’re warmly invited to attend Sunday services at any branch or society of the Church of Christ, Scientist, around the world, where you’ll hear music, singing, scriptural readings, prayer, and a sermon. The sermon is based on a weekly Bible lesson from our Pastor: the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.
Participate in a weekly testimony meeting with people around the world. Hear others share insights, experiences, and healings they’ve had through their prayer and practice of Christian Science.
Here are frequently asked questions about the online Wednesday testimony meetings of the Christian Science church.
Church members — are you wanting to find out specific information about managing your Christian Science Branch churches, Christian Science Organizations, and Christian Science societies, and other information about their activities? You've come to the right spot!
Here you can get information about:
Prison and institutional work
Reader workshops / Reading Aloud Workshops for Readers (First and Second readers at Branch Churches) (audio guides)
How to engage youth in Church
How to start an informal Christian Science group
How to form a Christian Science society
Church consolidation guidelines
Tax and charitable contribution guidelines
Hosting a lecture
Requesting use of the Cross and Crown trademark
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Visit The Christian Science Plaza and learn more about:
The Mapparium — world-famous, three-story, stained-glass globe, built to the scale of the world.
Events at The Mary Baker Eddy Library
The Mother Church Reading Room
Pipes on the Plaza organ concerts
Also get information about the famous Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ in The Mother Church with its 13,000+ pipes.