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Christian Science Lectures are free public talks by experienced practitioners of Christian Science healing.  Lecturers are happy to speak with any kind or size of audience interested in hearing about Christian Science, its relation to the Bible, and how it applies to life in the 21st century.
Click here for a list of lectures by date. If you would like to attend a free webinar using your personal computer, then type "web" or "webinar" in the search field.
The Mother Church Links:

We hope you will visit one of our churches on a Sunday or Wednesday or browse in a Reading Room during the week.  Another way to learn more about Christian Science is through The Mother Church (the headquarters of Christian Science) which sponsors these websites:

ChristianScience.com  Here you will find a description of the core beliefs of Christian Science. 

tmcyouth Participate in a diverse community of spiritual seekers that especially appeals to younger people and youthful thinkers.  Listen to inspiring music, read blogs, and watch videos on a variety of topics, such as school, sports, jobs, health, and relationships.

JSH-Online.com  The Christian Science magazines have never been more accessible to subscribers.  Now you can read them from your computer, tablet, smartphone, or any device with an Internet connection.

MaryBakerEddyLibrary.org Read biographical information about Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science.

CSMonitor.com This is the online news site for the internationally acclaimed Christian Science Monitor with articles and audio reports covering the days news.

Christian Science on YouTube
Individuals share videos describing their spiritual and physical healings.

Christian Science Lectures on YouTube  Practitioners and teachers worldwide talk about Christian Science healing in hour-long lectures, 20-minute introductory talks, and two-minute Daily Lift videos.

Concord  Welcome to Concord, an expansive study resource that enables you to dig deeper into the essential writings of Christian Science - search words, annotate books, and compile and organize citations within your Notebook. Concord Online is available for a 14-day-free trial.




Metaphysical Resources
are available on the internet from CedarS Camps.   Click on "Metaphysical Resources"
to download practitioner talks or for a weekly newsletter with application ideas for the Christian Science Bible Lesson.

Photo used with permission from The Principia copyright 2011.
The Principia:
Christian Science Classes are available for those with a serious interest in this religion.  Twelve-day classes on Christian Science theology and practice are held around the world.
Christian Science Periodicals
provide a spiritual view of world events.
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PrayerfulLiving.com is the new face of CSDirectory.com  Its mission is to provide a complete listing of people, organizations, and ideas in the worldwide Christian Science community.
Longyear Museum is an independent historical museum dedicated to advancing the understanding of the life and work of Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer, Founder, and Leader of Christian Science. 
Bible study curriculum, Bible conferences, and online "Fireside Discussions" with an educational mission to serve all faiths.
"In the Christian Science Bible Lesson" has a review by different Bible scholars of the current Christian Science Bible Lesson (by subscription).
Rock and Feathers has Christian Science books, Bible study aids, music, gifts, items for Readers and Sunday Schools, and out-of-print items.


The Bookmark has a collection of early and contemporary works on Christian Science.


Independent Websites Supportive of  Christian Science
Watchfire Music is a source of inspirational CDs, sheet music, and musician blogs.
BibleWise is an independent website by Christian Scientists with Sunday School teaching tips, parenting tips, podcasts of Bible stories, CDs for sale, and more.
The Daycroft School Foundation sells talks given by Lona Ingwerson and B. Cobbey Crisler as well as a book of graduation addresses.








Webmaster Favorites:
Mary Baker Eddy Sites


Mary Baker Eddy Mentioned Them - Audio archive of podcasts about some of the 180 individuals mentioned by Eddy in her published writings.  Many are well known today and others less so --- Ptolemy, Polycarp, Florence Nightingale, and many more.  Christian Scientists from a range of backgrounds share some historical facts, some thoughts of their own, and of course what Eddy said about them!

Mary Baker Eddy Timeline provides an annotated chronology of events in the life of the Discover and Founder of Christian Science.

Mary Baker Eddy Papers are available online from the Mary Baker Eddy Library.  These personal papers, sermons, notes, and outlines could previously only be viewed at the Library Research Room in Boston, MA.

Mary Baker Eddy's Library Books/Material is a chart of the books found at Mrs. Eddy's Chestnut Hill home.
Web Favorites from Other
Christian Science Branch Churches and Practitioners:

Reading Room Blogs:
Check out our favorite book blog from the Reading Room in Redcliffe, Queensland, Australia.

Practitioners on Social Media:
Many of our practitioners are reaching out through the internet using blogging and websites. Check out Evan Mehlenbacher's blog with links to blogs written by other students of Christian Science who are looking out from a spiritual point of view.

Herald-Online has joined with JSH-Online.  This addition of Herald-Online gives access to the full archive of  French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish Heralds of Christian Science. This pushes the total archive to over 275,000 articles!  The Heralds are also available online in the following languages:  Indonesian, Danish, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Finnish, Swedish, Greek, Russian,and Japanese.
Web Favorite Book Clubs for Spiritual Thinkers:


Time for Thinkers Book Club: You can participate in person in New Orleans or via Skype or phone.  Guest moderators have included archivists from the Mary Baker Eddy Library, Bible scholars, authors, Christian Science practitioners, and a military chaplain.  This Book Club also
maintains a Time for Thinkers Resources page with additional links to independent websites supportive of Christian Science, links to online Bible translations, and links to Bible research blogs. 

This page was last updated: May 23, 2017
Bible Roads provides resources to help those who want to discern spiritual insights for  courage and comfort today. These include audio lectures, workbooks, and Bible reading plans.
The Albert Baker Fund (ABF) provides resources for the education and development of Christian Scientists.

The ABF Career Alliance is a network of Christian Scientists connecting current students and active job seekers with professionals in their fields.
Blogs about Studying the Christian Science Bible Lesson:

Many Christian Scientists have begun blogging about different methods and ideas for keeping the study of the Bible fresh and inspirational. Click here for a link to a blog based on the "Spiritual Concepts Approach," an interactive way of studying the Bible Lesson.

Asher Houses are open to Christian Science students of all ages who are enrolled in accredited colleges, universities, and certificate programs across the United States, including individuals taking Christian Science class instruction, those enrolled in Christian Science nurses training, and student interns.
Light in Prison is the website of the State of California's Christian Science Institutional Committee. Its mission is to educate about prison ministries, and it includes a video interfaith series for those of different faith traditions to share what they believe.


Historical Christian Science lectures are available from the Christian Science in Connecticut website for your personal use only. During the 1960s, Christian Science lectures in the New York City area were broadcast and recorded. These lecturers include Martin Broones, Paul Stark Seeley, Myrtle Smith, Bicknell Young, and others.
When we are willing to help and to be helped, divine aid is near."  -
Mary Baker Eddy
The National Fund for Christian Science Nursing (NFCSN) is a benevolence fund that can assist Christian Science nursing patients in the US who cannot pay the full cost of their care.