New Wednesday Testimony Meetings to be Held at 12 Noon

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Bellaire, is pleased to announce two new Wednesday testimony meetings to be held at 12 noon, one in English and one in Spanish beginning April first.  (April 1, 2020.) The meeting held in English will be in the church auditorium and the meeting in Spanish will be in the Sunday […]

Capture3First Church of Christ, Scientist, Bellaire, is pleased to announce two new Wednesday testimony meetings to be held at 12 noon, one in English and one in Spanish beginning April first.  (April 1, 2020.)

The meeting held in English will be in the church auditorium and the meeting in Spanish will be in the Sunday School.

After the Bible readings which have the same citations and hymns, both groups will share testimonies together in the church. They will be translated.

These two daytime meetings are in response to the Houston community’s need for a Wednesday testimony meeting in Spanish, as well as providing a testimony meeting in English for those preferring daytime hours.

These testimony meetings are in addition to our Wednesday 7:30 pm meeting.

—– All are invited —–

 

 

Serve the Cause of Christian Science in the ministry of Christian Science nursing

If you have a deep desire to help others in a spiritually fulfilling ministry, then Christian Science nursing may be your calling. Ministering to one another in Christian Science nursing requires a deep understanding and devotion to the healing mission of our Church.  Ministering with the art of Christian Science nursing brings a standard of […]

If you have a deep desire to help others in a spiritually fulfilling ministry, then Christian Science nursing may be your calling.

Ministering to one another in Christian Science nursing requires a deep understanding and devotion to the healing mission of our Church.  Ministering with the art of Christian Science nursing brings a standard of excellence for care that is safe, dignified, tender, and in perfect accord with the theology of Christian Science. 

Christian Science nursing is a natural result of our confidence in God’s love for His creation. Click the link below to learn more, or contact us at csnursingarts@chbenevolent.org or phone 617-734-5600.

Christian Science Nurses Training School
CSNA I: Introductory Christian Science Nursing Arts

June 16 – July 10, 2020

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A Healing Thought from the Christian Science Bible Lesson

It is the LORD who gives wisdom; from him come knowledge and understanding.
Proverbs 2:6
Good News Translation in Today’s English Version—Second Edition

It is the LORD who gives wisdom; from him come knowledge and understanding.

Proverbs 2:6
Good News Translation in Today’s English Version—Second Edition

New in the Reading Room!

 
Now available as an Audio CD!  Church Manual of The Mother Church by Mary Baker Eddy.  Available now in our Bookstore for $38 plus tax. 

 

Now available as an Audio CD!  Church Manual of The Mother Church by Mary Baker Eddy.  Available now in our Bookstore for $38 plus tax. 

Making The Right Decisions – A Talk with Leide Lessa, CSB

NOTE: This talk will be presented in English at 1:00 PM and again in Spanish at 3:00 PM Find out how prayer makes a difference.   Explore God as the all-knowing Mind and your natural capacity to know God’s loving guidance, in order to make decisions with peace of mind. Making Right Decisions-Leida Lessa First Church […]

NOTE: This talk will be presented in English at 1:00 PM and again in Spanish at 3:00 PM


Find out how prayer makes a difference.   Explore God as the all-knowing Mind and your Leide Lessanatural capacity to know God’s loving guidance, in order to make decisions with peace of mind.


Making Right Decisions-Leida Lessa

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Bellaire is sponsoring a talk by international speaker, Leide Lessa titled “Making the Right Decisions“. Leide is a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science healing and a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship.

Both talks will be held at the Faith Lutheran Church located at 4600 Bellaire Blvd, Bellaire, TX 77401.  Free parking is available at the back of the church.

Free child care is also available.


Click HERE for a Google map and contact information

Click HERE to download a PDF flyer

 

FREE PUBLIC TALK

MIRACLES REDEFINED: Experience the Divine in Everyday Life.
by Heike Arneith, from Munich, Germany

MIRACLES REDEFINED: Experience the Divine in Everyday Life.
by Heike Arneith, from Munich, Germany

Looking to Further Your Career or Talent in Music?

What We Fund We’re delighted to announce a new program for comprehensive music training with Watchfire Music University. Under the tutelage of master teacher Peter Link, a two-time Tony Award nominee and Gold Record composer, students enrolled in Watchfire Music University’s  (WMU) online courses can now apply to have tuition supplemented through a grant from […]

What We Fund

We’re delighted to announce a new program for comprehensive music training with Watchfire Music University.

Under the tutelage of master teacher Peter Link, a two-time Tony Award nominee and Gold Record composer, students enrolled in Watchfire Music University’s  (WMU) online courses can now apply to have tuition supplemented through a grant from The Albert Baker Fund (ABF). If a student qualifies, the ABF grant could pay as much as half the tuition of a year’s private classes.

Watchfire Music University’s coursework includes a year of 26 classes in topics such as songwriting, vocal performance, music recording production, this business of music, studio background singing, the art of the audition, and more.

  • Classes are private, one-on-one classes with master teacher Peter Link, conducted through teleconferencing on Zoom.us
  • Most classes can be scheduled to fit around the student’s schedule
  • Curriculum is flexible to meet particular needs
  • Students may begin the course at any time

To learn more about the training, including a list of classes, visit the Watchfire Music University website or call 908-608-3189..

Who Should Apply?

Applicants must be practicing Christian Scientists who are dedicated to improving their musical skills. It’s a full-year course (a 90 minute class every two weeks) with concentrated homework, so applicant must have the time, enthusiasm, and commitment to stay the course. If accepted, student must have the financial means to pay their reduced share of each class in a timely manner.

Interested?

Follow these easy steps:

  1. Contact Peter Link to set up an interview.
  2. Learn more and apply.
  3. Become accepted.
  4. If you qualify, then apply for ABF Grant.
  5. Begin online classes.

Gratitude from Current Students

“As an instructor, Peter provides a balance of positive and constructive feedback–without a doubt he is a dedicated and passionate educator. He is also highly organized and professional with the scheduling and execution of classes. The Zoom conference medium works perfectly!” ~Rebecca Minor, Soloist, The Mother Church

“…my goal, after many years of dreaming, is to finally produce an album. Peter is helping me do just that. His teaching method is very logical, and plain to understand. We began going through the basics, and since late summer, we’ve been getting into the finer nuances of recording engineering and music production that will serve me the rest of my life.” ~Craig Ghislin, Christian Science Practitioner

“The lyrics and song-writing classes I have been taking have been so rewarding! Through the guardianship of my very good tutor, Peter Link, I have been able to write a few songs, one of which will be published before the year’s end.” ~Steve Okwor, Christian Science Nurse, Boston, Massachusetts

Christian Science Sentinel – Sharing Christian Science Unselfishly

Beth Campbell shared an article on the Christian Science Sentinel website titled, Sharing Christian Science Unselfishly. The article touches upon a personal story: One Saturday morning not too long after I’d been a guest at an inspiring Christian Science association meeting on the topic of unselfishness, I woke up with the idea to volunteer at […]

Sharing Christian Science UnselfishlyBeth Campbell shared an article on the Christian Science Sentinel website titled, Sharing Christian Science Unselfishly. The article touches upon a personal story:

One Saturday morning not too long after I’d been a guest at an inspiring Christian Science association meeting on the topic of unselfishness, I woke up with the idea to volunteer at my local Christian Science Reading Room. I wasn’t scheduled to work there on that day, but called up the person who was and offered to take over her shift. Since she’d already worked some that week, she was delighted.  

I had a productive time at the Reading Room, and afterward I stopped at a grocery store. In front of the store, there was a young couple with cardboard signs asking for money. Admittedly, I felt a bit annoyed. Without really looking at the couple, I went into the store and chatted with one of the store clerks about seeing more and more people asking for money right near the doorways of stores. What she said was in line with the desire I’d had that morning to practice unselfishness. She told me I shouldn’t feel obligated to give them money, but maybe I should just acknowledge them. I knew that was a good idea and one I normally try to practice… 

 

To view this full article on https://sentinal.christianscience.com, please click here. 

 

A Thought from the Christian Science Bible Lesson

I will betroth you to Me forever;
Holy Bible
New King James Version®
Hosea 2:19 (to 1st 😉

I will betroth you to Me forever;

Holy Bible
New King James Version®
Hosea 2:19 (to 1st ;)