In addition to its churches and reading rooms, the Christian Science movement has many provisions and activities which support both its members and the general public.
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Many Christian Scientists have chosen to rely on Christian Science for healing. Such healing can be of physical/medical problems or of relationships, money, work, and so on. Sometimes the healing is through their own prayer, sometimes with help from one of many Christian Science Practitioners around the world. Thousands of articles have been written, some by members of this Church, testifying to their healings
Articles from members of this church:
A mother learns to trust her children—and herself—to God.
By Patricia Perkins
From the February 2001 issue of The Christian Science Journal.
“Love will find a way”
By Gillian Smith
From the January 14, 2019 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel.
A College Student Writes — banish fear; why accept limits?
By Mirabelle Walker, née Christine M. Moore
From the April 12, 1969 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel.
Christian Science Practitioner
A Christian Science practitioner helps people through the use of prayer.
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Christian Science Nursing
Christian Science nursing provides practical care for individuals relying on Christian Science for healing. Please follow this link for further information.
Christian Science Prison Chaplains
Christian Science Prison Chaplains work in chaplaincy teams providing pastoral support, helping prisoners and staff. Find out more at christianscienceprisonchaplains.com.
Committee on Publication
There are Christian Science Committees on Publication throughout the world. They’re available to assist when any misconceptions about the church, its members or its Founder, Mary Baker Eddy, come into the public domain. Their position and work is to correct mistaken perceptions, in a spirit of love and healing.
Learn more at the Christian Science website