Christian Science in Doylestown, PA

Christian Science Public Talks

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About Public Talks on Christian Science

In 1895 Mary Baker Eddy established a speaker’s bureau, The Christian Science Board of Lectureship, to meet growing public interest in her discovery of the Science of Christ-healing. Today there is a continuing need to engage public thought in considering what Christian Science really is, its relation to the Bible, and how it applies to life in the 21st century. Every year speakers travel all over the world to give talks in many different languages.

Discover how Christian Science addresses a broad range of issues from health challenges to financial insecurity at a Christian Science public talk. Find when and where a talk is scheduled in your community, state or country by visiting where you can also watch a free public talk online about Christian Science.

Additional Christian Science talks can be found on YouTube. Click here to peruse a variety of past talks by Christian Science speakers on topics related to the power of prayer and spiritual healing.

Always check our Home page for special announcements about future public talks and events regarding Christian Science in our community.

Online Chats

You can participate in insightful live audio chats about practical spirituality and find solutions to everyday challenges in our lives and in our world.

Sentinel Watch airs weekly and provides answers to questions on a timely topic or reports of a healing. Record of Truth airs monthly and addresses current global topics from a spiritual viewpoint. Click here to learn more and listen to the latest Sentinel Watch and Record of Truth podcasts.

To listen to past chats on a variety of topics at Sentinel Audio, click here

Thanksgiving Day Service

Start Thanksgiving morning with a family-friendly joyous celebration of gratitude for God’s goodness!

You, your family, and friends are invited to attend a special one-hour church service on Thanksgiving Day at 10:30 am at First Church of Christ, Scientist, 29 Church Street, Doylestown.  Childcare is provided for children too young to attend the service.  No collection will be taken and free parking is available.

When Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of Christian Science and the international, Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper The Christian Science Monitor, first established church services she included a special service for Thanksgiving Day.  She felt that gratitude was vital and could have a healing effect.

This service features hymns of inspiration and praise sung by the congregation, a solo and an inspiring lesson-sermon read from the King James Version of the Bible and from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.  In addition, there is an opportunity for the congregation to give spontaneous testimonies of gratitude for blessings received.

We would love to have you – the community – join us for this special hour of Thanksgiving!