"Church. The structure of Truth and Love; whatever rests upon and proceeds from divine Principle."
-Science & Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 583
The Christian Science Sunday service inspires and uplifts thought to a more spiritual concept of life, promoting spiritual growth and an understanding of the healing Christ. As a church community, we join together each week in loving and prayerful support of one another and the world.
The Sunday service includes singing of hymns, silent and audible prayer, and the reading of the weekly Bible Lesson. The Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, ordained the Bible, and her textbook, Science and Health with the Key to the Scriptures, as the Pastor of this church. The Bible Lesson is read in all Christian Science Sunday services throughout the world each week, and is available for study during the week prior to the service.
WEDNESDAY EVENING TESTIMONY MEETINGS
Wednesday evening testimony meetings are where individuals share insights, healings, and experiences as a result of their study and practice of Christian Science. This informal meeting also includes prayer and singing and begins with Scriptural readings that respond to personal and global issues.
Each year we celebrate Thanksgiving Day with a Thanksgiving service for the community from 10:00-11:00am. This joyful meeting includes testimonies of healing and gratitude from those attending. Family and friends are always welcome!
Childcare is lovingly provided in the nursery during all services.
Sunday church services are now being held in person,
as well as on Zoom, audio only.
Wednesday testimony meetings are currently being held on Zoom only.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
To join by phone:
1. Call Zoom Meeting at (253) 215-8782
2. Enter the meeting ID 293-637-2303 and follow the prompts. There is no participant ID.
To join by phone or computer, click the button:
You can also always listen to the Sunday church services and Wednesday testimony meetings from The Mother Church in Boston, Massachusetts.