Saturday, September 30, 2017

Continued food for thought


With health care currently being debated, I wanted to share with you a recent USA Today article that highlights how Christian Scientists think about and are affected by our current heath care system. Click here to go to the home page and then click on the ticker tape to read this engaging article: www.csinsocal.com   Read more...
This article is copyright ©  Christian Science Committee on Publication for Southern California

Thursday, September 21, 2017

God's Children, one and all

We Are All God's Children
by Don Ingwerson
Many times in my life I’ve felt compelled to dig deeply in prayer to combat perceived problems in the world. Each time I’ve felt this yearning, I find Mary Baker Eddy‘s chapter on prayer in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures to be particularly powerful. I also find the Christian Science Sentinel‘s “Eye on the World” blog gives helpful focus on delving more deeply into the issues we face today. So today I’d like to share “One human race,” which dealt specifically with the divisive issue of race after the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. I hope you too find this blog helpful.

Shared via Committee on Publication for SoCal

Friday, September 15, 2017

Satisfaction and a good night's sleep


Feeling Satisfied Brings Peaceeful SleepA guest post written by Tracy Clifton from Glendale, California. We’ve all experienced what it feels like to wake up from a wonderful night’s sleep – feeling completely rested and ready to take on the new day. Sadly, for a few years I had a hard time falling asleep, and when I did there were […]   Read more...
This article is copyright ©  Pacific Health Perspectives

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Darkness to Light


Join us

Saturday, December 9th , 2017 
at 11:00am 

for a talk by Chicago-based speaker, 
Maria Freeman, Ph.D., 
titled
  From Darkness to Light, Healings and Experiences that Inspired Early Workers to Study and Practice Christian Science 

to be held in our church auditorium

Dr. Freeman received her Doctorate in Divinity from the University of Chicago. In addition to her talks on early Christian Science workers, Dr. Freeman is a researcher and writer.