Find out what CSOs are doing these days and find out how you can get involved.
The webinar includes an overview of what CSOs are, how they are formed, and examples of what activities occur in CSOs.
Three members of the Christian Science Board of Directors kicked this summit off by sharing their thoughts on the summit’s theme.
Lectures by Tony Lobl and Lari Snorek-Yates explore sharing Christian Science and the healing power of being still and listening for God.
This panel highlights The Christian Science Monitor and the Bible Lesson as resources to support us as practitioners for the world.
In this workshop we explore, What is Christian Science to you? What is the purpose of church? Why did MBE create a church structure? and more.
Five students from the Universidad de la República, who met at a Christian Science youth workshop in Montevideo, held their first event last month.
I was thrilled to be able to share Christian Science and Mary Baker Eddy with my college community in honor of Women’s History Month.
Pour partager l’amour de Dieu avec le public universitaire, le CSO-UL organise des conférences au cours de chaque année.
Our CSO wanted to try something new this spring semester. We organized an interfaith panel on the topic of “Thoughts on Religion and Science.”
High stress levels among students prompted us to to hold a panel on how prayer and spirituality are relevant to relieving mental stress.
Although our CSO has been active on campus for about 50 years, we had never been recognized by our Student Union.
I have come to see that CSOs are about living Love and showing others how to shut down the limits they feel they have.
Forming a CSO has its challenges. Yet it has also brought growth in my faith, in my individuality, and as a Christian Scientist.
Together, the CSO came to a goal: to sweep away the fear from the collective consciousness of their community.
In this episode, we discuss the purpose and importance of CSOs and we hear about what CSOs around the world are doing.
In this discussion, we explore the essence of Christ’s message and the transforming impact it can have in our lives and those of others.
I am grateful for the growth and healing that has taken place through my involvement in two CSOs during my academic career.