You're welcome at our services
You are invited to worship with us, to seek God’s direction in your life and to sing songs that bring out a deeper understanding of the week’s Lesson-Sermon.
The readings together with inspiring hymns lift thought to feel the presence of divine Love. Attending and participating in Church activities, including services at our branch church, is a great way to grow in our expression of love for God and man.
CHURCH. The structure of Truth and Love; whatever rests upon and proceeds from divine Principle. Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p.583
Sunday morning services are centered around the weekly Bible Lesson published in the Christian Science Quarterly. The Lesson is studied and contemplated daily by members and regulars of our church, with the expectation that it will bring healing to the congregation, our community and the world. You can purchase a copy in our Reading Room, or online by clicking here:
The weekly Bible Lesson covers a different topic each week. The same Bible Lesson is read at all of the Christian Science services throughout the world.
Call day or night to listen to the current week’s lesson: (404) 902-6580
Care for children during the Sunday Service
Children and young people up to the age of 20 are welcome in our Sunday School.
Infants and young children will find a place of love and joy here, located in the building next to the church building that also houses our Reading Room.
Wednesday services offer a mid-week lift to the community. The healing element central to Jesus’ teachings is the mission of our weekly Wednesday evening meetings.
These meetings also include readings from the Bible and Science and Health . Those who attend are invited to share their experiences of physical healing and spiritual progress.
If joining on Zoom, you are also invited to give a testimony from wherever you are. Simply raise your hand virtually, then when recognized by the host, you may unmute yourself and begin speaking.
You can also submit a testimony in writing if you’re unable to attend, which may be read at the discretion of the Reader.
Testimony in regard to the healing of the sick is highly important. More than a mere rehearsal of blessings, it scales the pinnacle of praise and illustrates the demonstration of Christ, “who healeth all thy diseases” (Psalm 103:3). This testimony, however, shall not include a description of symptoms or of suffering, though the generic name of the disease may be indicated. Mary Baker Eddy, Manual of The Mother Church, p. 47