Our Annual Meetings

The Annual Meetings of The Mother Church are profound in their simplicity. The reports that are read at these meetings do more than tell of the progress of the Church as an institution. They point to the results, as well as to the needs, of spiritual growth on the part of the followers of Mary Baker Eddy, who, through her writings and example, will ever be the Leader of the movement that God directed her to establish.

To Christian Scientists the original edifice of The Mother Church and its Extension are symbols of the spiritual vision, the moral courage, and inspired leadership of Mrs. Eddy. Into these buildings went the hopes, prayers, and, in many cases, the savings of the early Christian Scientists. They are reminders that our Leader looked forward to the universal acceptance of the Science she had discovered and founded. And they encourage her followers to hope and pray that present and future members will rise spiritually to the point where their demonstrations will equal, if not exceed, those of the earlier period.

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