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Annual Meeting 1995
In December 1894, Mary Baker Eddy ordained the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures as pastor over The Mother Church. This was extended by her in April 1895 to include all branch churches. What does this mean to a branch church? What does it mean to a branch church's community? What does it mean for a Christian Science Reading Room? At the Annual Meeting of The Mother Church on June 5, along with reports of the Treasurer, Clerk, and Committees, the general reports from the Field will focus specifically on the needs of mankind and of our communities, and how these needs are being ministered to by our pastor through branch church Reading Rooms.
Because of this focus, each branch church is invited to think and pray about its own community and the pastor's role within it. What is the purpose of a branch church's Reading Room? This prayer and self-examination will surely result in new ways of thinking about a Reading Room, with greater access for the public and members, and an expanded expression of healing.
Are we benefited by prayer?
Jack V. Smith
Mistakes have no hold on us!
Written for the Sentinel
Be a leader on your team
Susan E. Niebel
Understanding the falsity of fear
Go back to the beginning!
Maureen M. Loster
"The beauty of holiness"
God's eternal child
Doreen and Katherine Mangelsdorf
Susan Hay McGuire
Commitment to The Mother Church
The Christian Science Board of Directors
Scientific ethics—the Church and its mission
William E. Moody
Nathan A. Talbot
I found Christian Science in 1973
I had a healing of a hearing difficulty, in which I had to be patient...
Joanne E. Bennett