Welcome to our new, mobile-compatible website! We’re here to help you learn more about Christian Science and its founder, Mary Baker Eddy, as well as locate churches, reading rooms and events local to your area.
Visit a Church
You are welcome to attend services in any Christian Science Church, where you’ll find a friendly greeting. The Sunday service lasts about an hour and includes music, Scriptural readings, and a sermon based on a weekly Bible Lesson from the King James Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
On Wednesdays, you may attend a testimonial meeting which includes music and readings from the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. The meeting concludes with people relating experiences and healings they’ve had as a result of their prayers and their study of Christian Science.
Science and Health
Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures interprets the spiritual meaning of the Bible, making it practical in solving everyday problems. This book, Mary Baker Eddy’s main work, explains what she discovered to be the spiritual laws which she named Christian Science.
Science and Health has been sold in 70 countries, including more than 3,000 bookstores, and 2,000 Christian Science Reading Rooms worldwide. “Science and Health” is published in 16 languages.
Other publications include the Pulitzer prize winning “Christian Science Monitor”, an independent newspaper providing context and clarity on national and international news, peoples and cultures. The Christian Science Quarterly, Journal, Herald, and many other books and periodicals are available at any Christian Science Reading Room.
News and Events
Attend a lecture in Stratford on Thursday, Nov. 6. Also, see the “History of the English Bible, 1400 to Present,” exhibit in Stratford until Nov. 29. More >>
You may also listen to audio recordings of Christian Science Lectures on this site, most of which were recorded in high quality format in the 1960’s.
These historical Christian Science Lectures are also available for you to download as MP3 files so you can listen to them on your portable devices.
New recordings have recently been added, and visitors to this site are invited to contribute any they may have by contacting the webmaster.