Christian Science Church, Sequim -- Photo by Alan Halfhill
Join us for in-person or online services
Sundays at 10 am
Wednesdays at 7 pm (May -- Sept), Noon (Oct -- Apr)
Please see our Church Services page for more specific information about our services.
Click on this link for audio-only online access via Skype.
Sunday School classes begin at 10:00 am and are held in our Reading Room, located at 121 North Sequim Avenue. Students up to the age of 20 are welcome.
Our Reading Room offers a place to read, pray, and get inspired. It is open daily except Sundays and Wednesdays from Noon to 3:00 pm. You are invited to purchase or borrow books related to Christian Science. You will also find Bible reference books, biographies of Mary Baker Eddy, The Christian Science Monitor, as well as a variety of inspirational music and children's books.
If you would like to support our church financially, you can make an online donation here.
For Today's Challenges
There's a spiritual solution to every problem. You are invited to listen to this series of seventeen radio lectures to be presented each Saturday from October 1 through January 21, 2023, at 4:05 pm Pacific time.
The next lecture on December 10 is titled, "Why Everyone Is Needed" and will be presented by James Shepherd of Eugene, Oregon.
The full schedule of presentations can be found at csnyc.com/radio.
You can listen to each live-stream lecture by going to wor710.com on Saturdays at 4:05 PST and clicking on the "Play now" button in the upper right-hand corner of the page.
If you miss a presentation at its original time of airing, you can listen to it as a recorded podcast by going to Spiritual Solutions. These podcasts will be available until January 27, 2023.
Sponsored jointly by Christian Science churches in New York and New Jersey
"A gift you need to give yourself" is the title of the Sentinel Watch podcast for the week of Dec. 5 - 11. It is often said that forgiveness is the best gift you can give yourself. But how can you get there when someone has done something egregious to you? Guest Judy Cole shares some spiritual ideas. Listen here. You may also access other recent Sentinel Watch podcasts here.
"Needed: Less 'I' and more God" is the title of an article by Bob Cochran published in the online edition of The Christian Science Sentinel. Whatever abilities or knowledge we think we personally possess are miniscule compared to the infinite capacities of God, omniscient Mind, who created all and knows all. Read or listen here.
Image by Michelle L. Steffes, CPLC, from Pixabay
Mary Baker Eddy defined Christian Science as “the law of God, the law of good ...” (Rudimental Divine Science, p.1) She studied the Bible deeply and found universal and dependable laws of God. These laws are the foundation of Christian Science. Learn more.