100 years of Christian Science nursing and healing

This year marks 100 years since the BA first opened its doors in 1919. In recognition of the loving and devoted work of Christian Science practitioners and Christian Science nurses over the years, we’d like to highlight a few of the many healing testimonies shared by those who have been blessed by this refuge. Below […]

This year marks 100 years since the BA first opened its doors in 1919. In recognition of the loving and devoted work of Christian Science practitioners and Christian Science nurses over the years, we’d like to highlight a few of the many healing testimonies shared by those who have been blessed by this refuge. Below is a small selection with links to the original testimonies published in the Christian Science Sentinel and The Christian Science Journal in 1922, just a few years following the opening of the BA: 

“…the atmosphere of consecration and expectancy of healing…helped me a long way”

By Harry E. Ward
From the May 1922 issue of The Christian Science Journal
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Gratitude for the BA from the Field
Letters sent in by H. A. Littlefield, Eugenie B. Abbott, John A. Price, Jessie T. Coddington, Alice I. Fuller, and W.M. Duffey
From the July 15, 1922 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel
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“…the unselfish work of a [Christian Science] nurse…”
By Belle W. Sanderson
From the August 19, 1922 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel
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A strong foundation of healing

“Imagine yourself traveling on a ship across the ocean 400 years ago. The voyage has been long and treacherous, the waves have endlessly tossed you about, and the storm is daunting. And then you see it – a single tree on a hill.” That’s how Alison Alioto, the BA’s Christian Science Nursing Administrator, begins her […]

“Imagine yourself traveling on a ship across the ocean 400 years ago. The voyage has been long and treacherous, the waves have endlessly tossed you about, and the storm is daunting. And then you see it – a single tree on a hill.” That’s how Alison Alioto, the BA’s Christian Science Nursing Administrator, begins her inspiring account of the BA’s origins. Listen to her describe the significance of Mrs. Eddy’s request for a sanatorium – a refuge for healing — and how the provision for the BA unfolded from there.
 


 
Click here to read the article “A Progressive Step” by Adam H. Dickey from the December 16, 1916 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel.