Services and Meeting Times

Claverton St
(at the junction with St Mark's Road)
Widcombe
Bath
Somerset
BA2 4LE
Sunday 10:30am
Sunday School 10:30am

Service/Meeting Notifications

Updates...
Please join us at 7pm on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. After readings from the Bible and Science and Health with key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, there is time to share experiences and testimonies of healing, The meeting lasts for an hour and all are welcome.

Reading Room

Claverton St
(at the junction with St Mark's Road)
Widcombe
Bath
Somerset
BA2 4LE
Opening Hours
Reading Room and sales before and after services

 

Sentinel Watch

Weekly podcast from the Christian Science Sentinel
For anyone struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder and yearning to permanently be free of it, or caring for someone struggling with it, the experience of healing shared by our guests today will speak to you—as it can speak to all those that have any past memories troubling them. On today’s Sentinel Watch, you’ll hear how a deeper understanding of God and our inseparable relationship to God as His beloved children can bring joy, peace, and a permanent freedom—and how turning to prayer and feeling God’s restoring love can correct what isn’t right and move us forward in our lives.

Thought for the day

In Science man is the offspring of Spirit. The beautiful,good, and pure constitute his ancestry.
Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy (p. 57)

 

Inspirational daily lifts (audio)

Laurie Toupin
Posted: January 17
Norm Bleichman
Posted: January 16
Mary Beattie
Posted: January 15

Lives Lived

Meet Cathy Ann. She was diagnosed with terminal cancer at the age of 15. With medical treatment, the cancer was in remission. Then 18 years later, she was diagnosed with cancer again and was healed through a spiritual means. Years later she received another diagnosis of cancer. This time she used Christian Science, which she said completely removed the fear of getting cancer. Ever since the Christian Science treatment, she has been healthy and active.  

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Claverton St, (at the junction with St Mark's Road), Widcombe, Bath, Somerset BA2 4LE
01225 445075