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Former homes of Mary Baker Eddy
1908-1910 Chestnut Hill home—400 Beacon Street, Newton, Massachusetts. An exhibit traces Mrs. Eddy's role as Founder and Leader of the Christian Science movement—preaching, teaching, writing, and commenting on issues still current.
1875–1882 Lynn, Massachusetts—12 Broad Street, where Mrs. Eddy completed her manuscript for Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. It was while living here that Mrs. Eddy initiated many foundational steps in establishing the Christian Science movement. These include the formation of the Christian Scientist Association; the Church of Christ, Scientist; the Massachusetts Metaphysical College. Here also Mrs. Eddy was ordained as Pastor of her Church.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
God's good is unfolding here and now
John F. Anderson
I shall not bow down
Lois Eileen Biggs
Something to look forward to
Margaret R. Zuber
A child's view of God
Voting: look on the heart
Gloria Elaine Marlatt
The question is, What are we witnessing to?
Janet Meynell Fluehr
Reaching a wider audience
with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors
Like a sunrise coming
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
An irrepressible desire to know
Michael D. Rissler
Many years ago I suffered with what was diagnosed as an incurable...
Margaret Gail Riedel
Several years ago I found myself alone with four children to...
Virginia M. Petersen with contributions from Philip R. Petersen. Sr.
One day three summers ago, while mowing the lawn, I went to...
Ethel M. Gattis
The healing power of God, as revealed in the Bible and explained...
Robert L. T. Holcomb
As I was growing up during the great Depression of the...
Margaret Frazier with contributions from Lavon E. Frazier, Philip A. Frazier