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1908-1910 Chestnut Hill home—400 Beacon Street, Newton, Massachusetts. Here Mrs. Eddy completed work on the Manual of The Mother Church and brought to fruition the publishing of the daily newspaper The Christian Science Monitor. 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 home—12 Broad Street, Lynn, Massachusetts. Here Mrs. Eddy completed her manuscript for Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. This is also where she initiated many foundational steps in establishing the Christian Science movement, including the formation of the Christian Science Association, the Church of Christ, Scientist, and the Massachusetts Metaphysical College. Here also Mrs. Eddy was ordained as Pastor of her Church.
Tour days and hours of these homes vary. To arrange a visit, please get in touch with:
The First Church of Christ, Scientist
Visitor Services, P-133
175 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA, U.S.A. 02115
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FROM THE EDITORS
Peace begins in our own backyard
Deborah Appleton Huebsch
Relationships: what should we be looking for?
Amy Jones Richmond
And he ran to meet him
Katherine J. Mayberry
Healing hurt hearts
Deanna J. Elsom
Overcoming fear of accidents—flying with joy
Jan Trew Mullen
FROM HAND TO HAND
Freedom from pressure
Richard C. Bergenheim
Don't be manipulated
When World War II ended, I was accepted into a new...
Robert Condit Jagel with contributions from Carl Brettschneider
It is time for me to express in writing my gratitude for the...
Elizabeth Ellington Tegtmeyer
My family has experienced many healings, including instantaneous...