The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts
The world headquarters of Christian Science, the “Mother Church” is open to all, and welcomes visitors from all over the world. You’re also welcome at Christian Science “branch” churches and societies in BC, as well as in over 80 countries throughout the world.
On this site, you’ll find timely articles, podcasts, and testimonies of healing in Christian Science, as well an an introduction to the family of periodicals published for those interested in learning more about Christian Science — the Weekly Bible Lesson, The Christian Science Journal, Christian Science Sentinel, The Herald of Christian Science.
The Christian Science Monitor
The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity
No visit to Boston would be complete without a visit to the Mary Baker Eddy Library. The library includes opportunities to learn more about the founder of Christian Science and how her writings have made an impact on the world. Another highlight of the Library is the Mapparium, a three-storey painted glass globe where visitors can walk through with a unique perspective on the world’s geography of 1935.
The Press Room
The Press Room is a collection of articles in the news primarily written by Christian Science Committees on Publication.
Christian Science Lectures
Check out some examples of public talks given by experienced Christian Science healers, on topics including prayer, healing, life without fear, and more.
Your Daily Lift
Award winning two-minute daily podcasts available online, or by iPhone app in English and 11 other languages, including Hindi, Farsi, Spanish, French, and Japanese.
Each week programs from the Sentinel Watch are poccast throughout the United States and in other parts of the world. Tune in and find strength, comfort, and renewal through uplifting interviews and inspiring testimonies from people who rely on God for healing.
The Herald of Christian Science
The Herald of Christian Science is available in print and online formats, and includes articles and testimonies of healing in Christian Science in over 25 languages, including Chinese, Korean, Farsi, Hindi, French and more.
Christian Science in Canada
Christian Science Trust in Canada
Trust Canada was established in 1980 in Canada to provide a means to receive and distribute funds for religious and charitable purposes of The Mother Church. The purpose of the fund is to promote and extend the religion of Christian Science as taught by Mary Baker Eddy in the Christian Science textbook, “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” and for the furtherance of such other charitable purposes as are consistent with the teachings and practice of said religion. Please contact us for more information.
Christian Science Committee on Publication – BC
The division of the Christian Science church that engages with members of the media, lawmakers, and the public is known as the Committee on Publication. The Committee on Publication for British Columbia, Beth Gibson, is part of this international team that seeks to foster a greater understanding of Christian Science in public discourse. Click here for details.
Albert Baker Fund
The Albert Baker Fund provides loans, scholarships and grants for the education of Christian Scientists around the world, and encourages each of their recipients to “pass the blessing forward” by contributing to the Christian Science Movement, their communities and the world.
For more than 65 years, Asher Student Foundation has provided a spiritually supportive, homelike atmosphere for Christian Science college students in houses located near university campuses across the United States.
Thomas Lyons & Josephine Lyons Scholarship
Are you a student of the visual arts? You could be eligible for a bursary for one year’s study at a leading Art School in Canada, the United Kingdom or France, awarded by the Thomas Lyons & Josephine Lyons Scholarship Society.
You must be a regular attendant at a Church of Christ, Scientist; be a Canadian or British citizen; and be a full-time visual arts post-secondary student. For more information, please contact