Our Church and Reading Room are conveniently located one block off the West End exit of I-10, or at the east end of Veterans Boulevard when it becomes Polk Avenue. (The east end of Veterans is heading towards New Orleans.)
Christian Science Reading Room
134 Polk Avenue
(Entrance on Catina Street)
New Orleans, Louisiana 70124
Wednesdays 11 am - 1 pm
Hours may vary, please call 504-484-0933.
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The 4th Church Reading Room is also open on evenings and weekends by appointment. Please call the librarian to schedule a time convenient forYOU.
The Time for Thinkers Book Club meets downstairs at Fourth Church. Click on the homepage for meeting dates and assignments.
Click here for spring wedding photos. Read more in "Church Alive"on the topic of weddings and other special occasions held in Christian Science Churches, including Fourth Church (responses #10 and #36).
Enter our Reading Room through the door next to our parking lot. Just follow our signs!
"Every branch that beareth fruit, he purgeth it, that it may bring forth more fruit." John 15:2
Thanks to the pruning by our Gardening Group, all our parking lot roses are blooming!
Click here for the history of the church at 134 Polk Avenue, the oldest religious structure in Lakeview!
Click here for a short video by church members about rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina.
This page was last updated: October 10, 2017
We welcome your participation by sharing your testimonies and remarks on Christian Science by mail, email, or through the use of the voice memo icon on your smart phone. You may also participate by phone if you call a few minutes before the beginning of the service. Please remember to mute your phone while listening to the readings or other testimonies!
Many of the readings from our Wednesday service are archived, click here. There is also a blog associated with these archived readings which you may access here.
Check our weather widget for the current weather in our Lakeview neighborhood.
Our Sunday School has a range of activities -- from a quiet reading corner to making and "putting on the whole armour of God"