Our church is designed to practice and support Christian healing, spiritual discovery and unselfed love. Christian Science, as discovered by Mary Baker Eddy, refers to the universal, practical system of spiritual, prayer-based healing, available and accessible to everyone.
Our church is conveniently located in the downtown Auburn, at 994 Lincoln Way. We hold Sunday and Wednesday church services that are open to the community and via teleconference. Our Sunday school is open to all young people up to the age of 20.
The Bible Lesson subject for this Sunday is:
Hymns: 503, 513, 438
We look forward to your visit!
Our Christian Science Reading Room is a quiet place to pray, study in our reference library, borrow or purchase authorized Christian Science literature and Bible study aids, or to ask questions of our qualified attendants. Hours are Monday through Friday 11am to 2pm.
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You can learn more about Christian Science at these websites.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist website includes listings for all Christian Science Branch Churches, Christian Science Practitioners and Nurses.
Christian Science Calendar of events.
My Bible Lesson provides a spiritual study resource for teen and young adult readers, drawing inspiration from the Bible and insight from Science and Health.
The award-winning Christian Science Monitor daily international newspaper.
Christian Science Publications are available through the Christian Science Publishing Society.
Visit the Mary Baker Eddy Library online.
CSDirectory.com connects people, organizations and ideas throughout the worldwide Christian Science community.
DiscoveryBound.org provides inspiring recreational, social, educational, and service activities for Christian Scientists and their friends, especially children and young people.