5 Things you need to know about the BA in July

    By Janiva Toler       #1 Ask Me Anything Webinar You or someone you know may be thinking about training for Christian Science nursing. You will want to check out our Webinar, Ask Me Anything, on Thursday, July 29th at 7 PM EDT.  Heather Worley, Senior Instructor and Mentor in the Christian […]

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By Janiva Toler

 

 

 

#1 Ask Me Anything Webinar
You or someone you know may be thinking about training for Christian Science nursing. You will want to check out our Webinar, Ask Me Anything, on Thursday, July 29th at 7 PM EDT. 

Heather Worley, Senior Instructor and Mentor in the Christian Science Nurses Training School, will be the presenter and answering all questions about training. This is a perfect webinar if you have considered the ministry of Christian Science nursing.

 

#2 New TrusteesRobert S. Collier
We are so pleased to welcome two new Trustees to the BA Board. Celia Waters is from Bellevue, Washington.  Robert S. Collier is from Grand Rapids, Michigan.

 

#3 Deferred Maintenance and Repairs Project
How exciting to see the contractors arrive this week to kick off this Project with the repair to the facades of both the Power House and Original Building. Thank you to the donors who have made possible the Deferred Maintenance and Repairs Project. This is a six-month project that will handle the most critical needs involving safety, compliance, and building stability on the BA campus. The completion of the Project will allow us a two to three year window to undertake sufficient planning and studies to address organization wide solutions with a Master Plan that will take the BA into the next decades.

 

#4 Marketing and Communications Refresh
When our long-serving Marketing and Communications Manager, Paul Woodsum, stepped down from his position here at the BA it provided the opportunity for a fresh perspective on communications for the BA. The result, two new Marketing and Communications positions! Marketing Manager and Marketing Coordinator. Perhaps you or someone you know can support the mission of healing at the BA with your marketing, graphic, and social media skills.

 

#5 The BA’s “secret garden
Yesterday I walked down to the Power House in the late afternoon to see the progress on the repairs that started this week. I felt like I was stepping into the BA’s own “secret garden” when I saw the flower beds that staff members have planted and nurtured over the years. Here are a couple of photos I took, including the vegetable gardens that staff who live at the BA maintain during the summer months.

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5 Things you need to know about the BA in July

    By Janiva Toler       #1 Ask Me Anything Webinar You or someone you know may be thinking about training for Christian Science nursing. You will want to check out our Webinar, Ask Me Anything, on Thursday, July 29th at 7 PM EDT.  Heather Worley, Senior Instructor and Mentor in the Christian […]

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By Janiva Toler

 

 

 

#1 Ask Me Anything Webinar
You or someone you know may be thinking about training for Christian Science nursing. You will want to check out our Webinar, Ask Me Anything, on Thursday, July 29th at 7 PM EDT. 

Heather Worley, Senior Instructor and Mentor in the Christian Science Nurses Training School, will be the presenter and answering all questions about training. This is a perfect webinar if you have considered the ministry of Christian Science nursing.

 

#2 New TrusteesRobert S. Collier
We are so pleased to welcome two new Trustees to the BA Board. Celia Waters is from Bellevue, Washington.  Robert S. Collier is from Grand Rapids, Michigan.

 

#3 Deferred Maintenance and Repairs Project
How exciting to see the contractors arrive this week to kick off this Project with the repair to the facades of both the Power House and Original Building. Thank you to the donors who have made possible the Deferred Maintenance and Repairs Project. This is a six-month project that will handle the most critical needs involving safety, compliance, and building stability on the BA campus. The completion of the Project will allow us a two to three year window to undertake sufficient planning and studies to address organization wide solutions with a Master Plan that will take the BA into the next decades.

 

#4 Marketing and Communications Refresh
When our long-serving Marketing and Communications Manager, Paul Woodsum, stepped down from his position here at the BA it provided the opportunity for a fresh perspective on communications for the BA. The result, two new Marketing and Communications positions! Marketing Manager and Marketing Coordinator. Perhaps you or someone you know can support the mission of healing at the BA with your marketing, graphic, and social media skills.

 

#5 The BA’s “secret garden
Yesterday I walked down to the Power House in the late afternoon to see the progress on the repairs that started this week. I felt like I was stepping into the BA’s own “secret garden” when I saw the flower beds that staff members have planted and nurtured over the years. Here are a couple of photos I took, including the vegetable gardens that staff who live at the BA maintain during the summer months.

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5 things to know about the BA in June

      By Janiva Toler   1. Delicious and locally sourced produce at the BA  Golden Kiss, Honey Kiss, and Kiss Limon are just three of the 15 varieties of melons that Chef Mark has ordered for summer dining. Chef Mark favors locally sourced produce, and we have been enjoying the many berries this […]

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By Janiva Toler

 

1. Delicious and locally sourced produce at the BA 

Golden Kiss, Honey Kiss, and Kiss Limon are just three of the 15 varieties of melons that Chef Mark has ordered for summer dining. Chef Mark favors locally sourced produce, and we have been enjoying the many berries this month from the local farms. The melons come from all parts of the US – Florida, Arizona, California and more.

 2. Next CSNA I class is in August

Our next Introductory Christian Science Nursing Arts (CSNA I) class starts soon. The dates are August 10th through September 3rd. There is funding available for the tuition for this and other CSNA classes. And if you are working at the BA, you are paid for the time you are in your classes and for the time you are being mentored for the classes. To learn more about CSNA I or to apply, click here.

 3. The Albert Baker Fund – Net Effect – featuring Christian Science nursesJosh Kenworthy

Did you catch the latest Net Effect Career Conversations last Friday? One of the conversations was with Josh Kenworthy who is in the Christian Science Nursing Arts program at the BA. In 2019 Steve Carlson talked with Josh. Click here for this podcast. 

 4. Marketing Manager position

Our Marketing Communications Department has been restructured to further support the BA and its mission of healing. Find out more about this position which will lead a team that develops engaging electronic and print products to promote the BA in a consistent, appropriate and uplifting way.

5. Lawn furniture on the front lawn ready for the cookout

The lawn furniture at the Original Building looks new. Thank you Facilities Department for stripping, sanding, and repainting our favorite furniture. It was just in time for our first outdoor event in well over a year. We had a cookout for all the staff with hamburgers and hot dogs (and vegan style as well)! 

AND

What I’m listening to this monthInhabiting Eternity by Kathy Glover and Char Beck

What I’m watching this month – Virtual Israel Tour

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5 things to know about the BA in June

      By Janiva Toler   1. Delicious and locally sourced produce at the BA  Golden Kiss, Honey Kiss, and Kiss Limon are just three of the 15 varieties of melons that Chef Mark has ordered for summer dining. Chef Mark favors locally sourced produce, and we have been enjoying the many berries this […]

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By Janiva Toler

 

1. Delicious and locally sourced produce at the BA 

Golden Kiss, Honey Kiss, and Kiss Limon are just three of the 15 varieties of melons that Chef Mark has ordered for summer dining. Chef Mark favors locally sourced produce, and we have been enjoying the many berries this month from the local farms. The melons come from all parts of the US – Florida, Arizona, California and more.

 2. Next CSNA I class is in August

Our next Introductory Christian Science Nursing Arts (CSNA I) class starts soon. The dates are August 10th through September 3rd. There is funding available for the tuition for this and other CSNA classes. And if you are working at the BA, you are paid for the time you are in your classes and for the time you are being mentored for the classes. To learn more about CSNA I or to apply, click here.

 3. The Albert Baker Fund – Net Effect – featuring Christian Science nursesJosh Kenworthy

Did you catch the latest Net Effect Career Conversations last Friday? One of the conversations was with Josh Kenworthy who is in the Christian Science Nursing Arts program at the BA. In 2019 Steve Carlson talked with Josh. Click here for this podcast. 

 4. Marketing Manager position

Our Marketing Communications Department has been restructured to further support the BA and its mission of healing. Find out more about this position which will lead a team that develops engaging electronic and print products to promote the BA in a consistent, appropriate and uplifting way.

5. Lawn furniture on the front lawn ready for the cookout

The lawn furniture at the Original Building looks new. Thank you Facilities Department for stripping, sanding, and repainting our favorite furniture. It was just in time for our first outdoor event in well over a year. We had a cookout for all the staff with hamburgers and hot dogs (and vegan style as well)! 

AND

What I’m listening to this monthInhabiting Eternity by Kathy Glover and Char Beck

What I’m watching this month – Virtual Israel Tour

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5 things you need to know about the BA in March

        By Janiva Toler   1. Serving Church Through the Ministry of Christian Science Nursing I hope you were able to join us for the webinar on Christian Science Nursing on March 16th. It was powerfully packed into 30 minutes with training information, clips from Christian Science nurses, a tour of our […]

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1. Serving Church Through the Ministry of Christian Science Nursing

CSN Webinar

I hope you were able to join us for the webinar on Christian Science Nursing on March 16th. It was powerfully packed into 30 minutes with training information, clips from Christian Science nurses, a tour of our Christian Science Nursing Arts Training School, and questions and answers.

 

 

 2. Hymn Sing – German composers

Each month the residents present a hymn sing with different themes. February was a fresh look at German composers: “Thank you, Germany! – from hymn lovers everywhere.” For their monthly hymn sing, the residents presented a program based on German composers Martin Luther, Johann H. Schein, Johann Schop,  Heinrich Albert, Ludwig Von Beethoven, Robert Schumann, and Juliane Klein, CSB.  They ended with Communion Doxology (Hymn 445) Be Thou, O God. One of our part-time residents taught everyone the words in German so they could sing them in German.

 3. Snowboarding at the BA

 Snowboarding at the BAA fun link at the end of February when some residents were out for a walk on the campus and caught some video of BA staff snowboarding down the Carriage Road. Now in mid-March the snow has mostly disappeared.

 

 

4. The Commission for the Accreditation of Christian Science Nursing Organizations/Facilities, Inc.

inspects us every three years. And in November 2021 we’ll have our next inspection. This multiple-day review is thorough, and we begin almost a year ahead to prepare for it. Our preparation begins with many checklists and a review of all of our documentation and protocols. For March, when we always start our spring cleaning, we are also thinking about the inspectors who will look into every nook and cranny on campus. It’s a great exercise for us, and we are proud to be accredited by The Commission.

5. A shout-out to the BA Representatives!

These are individuals that volunteer to serve as the BA’s representative in their branch churches and societies in the New England area and beyond. They stay current with BA activities and report at their church meetings as well as answer questions from fellow church members. We hold Quarterly BA Representative Meetings to help keep them updated on the latest information. This month Heather Worley, Senior Instructor and Mentor in the Christian Science Nursing Arts, and Karen McCoy, Residential and Guest Services Manager, gave updates on program activities. BA Representatives are integral to communications to branch churches and societies in our region, and we are so grateful for their work.

AND

What I’m listening to this monthSing Sing a Song

What I’m reading this month – Paths of Pioneer Christian Scientists by Christopher L. Tyner

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5 things you need to know about the BA in February

        By Janiva Toler   1.  Christian Science Nursing Youth Service Corps The Benevolent Association is so pleased to be participating in the CSNYSC with participants expected to arrive in September 2021. Applications for college students and young adults interested in serving in the CSNYSC are due August 1, 2021. Here’s the […]

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By Janiva Toler

 

1.  Christian Science Nursing Youth Service Corps

The Benevolent Association is so pleased to be participating in the CSNYSC with participants expected to arrive in September 2021. Applications for college students and young adults interested in serving in the CSNYSC are due August 1, 2021. Here’s the link for the participant application form.

 

 2.  Longyear Museum – a good neighbor

It’s no secret that we get lots of snow and cold weather in Boston. It keeps our Facilities Department busy around the clock in the winter months, shoveling, salting, and eliminating ice dams. For those of you not familiar with ice dams on roofs, an ice dam is the result of snow that has melted and then refrozen at the edge of the roof. As additional snow melts, runs down, and refreezes, the layer of ice continues to build, creating a literal dam—a barrier that prevents water from running off the roof. Last week we borrowed Longyear’s ice dam melter to remove some of the worst ice dams on our roofs. Great to have a good neighbor like Longyear Museum right down the street. In addition to removing the ice dams, we are working on solutions for our roofs that will eliminate them altogether.

 

3. Heart-shaped ravioli for Valentine’s Day

Chef Mark worked his magic again for Valentine’s Day dining. Special touches included heart-shaped ravioli, macarons, and heart-shaped ice cream. The Residential Team added dozens of red balloons, cards, and candy for a festive celebration. [logan has a short iphoto video that maybe you could take a photo from or have a 1-2 second video] Here is Chef Mark’s recipe for Heart-shaped Four Cheese Ravioli.

 

4.  Christian Science Nurses Training Event – March 16

Save the date for our Christian Science Nurses Training on-line Event on March 16th at 7:30 p.m. eastern. It’s a 45 minute look into Christian Science nurses’ training. You’ll hear from Christian Science nurses, find out more about the classes and curriculum, have a short tour of the training facilities, and time for Q&A. Our next CSNA I (Introductory Christian Science Nursing Arts) class begins August 10, 2021 and is a 10-week course.

 

5.  Christian Science Provider Network shout out

A big shout-out to the CSPN for their ongoing work in helping secure Christian Science benefits in healthcare plans, especially Medicare Advantage. CSPN is a provider network of Christian Science nursing institutions, and the BA is a member. They are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation originally established by the Christian Science Board of Directors and created to assist Christian Science providers in becoming in-network providers for health plans that have a Christian Science benefit. This past year CSPN has been working with the Christian Science Committee on Publication’s Government Relations Counsel and its Federal Office in Washington, DC with a focus on securing Christian Science benefits in Medicare Advantage plans.

 

AND

I’m re-reading this month– The Greatest Thing in the World by Henry Drummond

I’m listening toAlone at School –by Emma Kieran Schaefer on the TMCYouthChannel

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5 things you need to know about the BA in January

  By Janiva Toler         1. Christian Science Nurses training   The Christian Science Nurses Training School began a CSNA I class on January 6th. Our second CSNA I class starts in August. Here is a link to our full schedule of classes.   2. Paradigm Properties   The BA is pleased to […]

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By Janiva Toler

 

 
 
 

1. Christian Science Nurses training

 
The Christian Science Nurses Training School began a CSNA I class on January 6th. Our second CSNA I class starts in August. Here is a link to our full schedule of classes.
 

2. Paradigm Properties

 
The BA is pleased to welcome Paradigm Properties as the new management company for our Facilities Department. We look forward to working with them! 
 

3. Vegan menu

 
A shout out to Chef Mark for his expanded menu of vegan dishes. We’ve always had vegetarian options at each meal. Now many of our vegetarian selections are vegan. The favorite from last week was spinach and cheese enchiladas with cilantro-lime rice and refried beans, and of course salsa and guac. 
 

4. Mild winter

 
No snow has been good news! We’ve had a couple of significant snowfalls this winter, but intermittent warm weather has melted it all. We love the beautiful snow, but it is great to be able to be out of doors on campus during the middle of winter.
 

5. Power of Attorney

 
Everyone should have a Power of Attorney for Health Care (Health Care Proxy). To get you started, check out this information on our website including a sample document with language suited for those choosing Christian Science nursing as an option. Also, Leslie Connery (with title) mentioned in a recent webinar on Medicare that you could email legalinfo@csps.com and request to talk to someone about language appropriate for Christian Scientists in an advance directive such as a Health Care Proxy. 

What I’m reading this month:  Peter Henniker-Heaton Man of Joy by Kim M.  Schuette 

 

What I’m listening to:  Let There Be Peace On Earth | Rise Up Junior Choir 

 

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5 things you need to know about the BA in November

November is all about gratitude, lots and lots of gratitude, and Graduation. I hope you have already registered for the Online 2020 Graduation on Saturday at 11:00 EDT, but if not, here is the registration link for graduation.   Gratitude for our new red truck… and for the donor that gave us the down payment […]

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November is all about gratitude, lots and lots of gratitude, and Graduation. I hope you have already registered for the Online 2020 Graduation on Saturday at 11:00 EDT, but if not, here is the registration link for graduation.

 

Gratitude for our new red truck…

Red Truckand for the donor that gave us the down payment for it.  With leaf pickup season here and snow season almost upon us, we had to replace our ancient white truck. On our 24-acre campus our trucks are in constant use. The Facility Department moved quickly to find a fabulous used red truck. And who doesn’t love a red truck! The Facility Department loves driving it, and we love seeing it around campus!

 

Gratitude for gracious and loving donors providing meals for Christian Science nurses

We are grateful for the many tender, loving acts of kindness from those that support the BA. We were so touched by the gift of meals for the BA’s Christian Science nurses that started arriving this spring and were delivered twice a week. The Christian Science nurses were able to choose from a menu of soups, salads, and sandwiches, all from fresh produce from Idylwilde Farms. This arrived along with fresh fruit and flowers for the café in the Christian Science Nursing Building.  

 

Gratitude for our campus community

Our community at the BA is filled with such joy. It is inspiring to come to work each day. Though we have restrictions and requirements for social distancing and masks, those restrictions have not stopped the workers and residents from finding new and fresh ways to support each other and to move forward. We are all learning new skills, for instance, around the technology of video conferencing. Our residents have for a couple of years met together to read the Sermon on the Mount each Sunday. This continued last spring, though with masks and separate and smaller groups because of the need for social distancing. Then came the idea to meet by Zoom for the reading to allow for all residents to be together virtually. And this last month they presented it over Channel 16 (an internal BA sound channel) which allowed patients to tune in and hear it.

 

A Record of Healing

Record of HealingYou may remember that about a year ago we announced that we were preparing a collection of healings that were supported by Christian Science nursing at the BA, from the Christian Science periodicals and from testimonies shared directly with us. The booklet, A Record of Healing, has just been printed and the copies have arrived. Many of you requested a copy when we first announced it, and you will be receiving your copy soon. They are being mailed next week. If you would like a copy, let me know. Just click on this link  and give me your name and mailing address.

 

Oodles of red noodles 

We added a bit of fun to social distancing with our new oodles of red noodles. Imagine a pool noodle but exactly 6 feet long and only 2 inches in diameter. They are light weight and perfect for measuring the six foot distance. It’s a great visual for seeing exactly how long six feet really is…usually longer than you think. And some of our residents take them on walks around the campus.  

 

AND…

I’m reading – Bible Stories as told to very little children by Bessie Edmond Andruss

I’m listening toFeed my sheep–Words by Mary Baker Eddy, Music by Lyman Bracket, Hymn #304 from the Christian Science Hymnal, Performance by Emma Kieran Schaefer

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Janiva’s Post

It is such a privilege to work at the BA along with the many spiritually minded individuals that support this organization. It is an unusual and challenging time and yet every day I see more joy, kindness, creativity, and resilience expressed across the campus. And there is such gratitude and support from our Field. Our […]

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It is such a privilege to work at the BA along with the many spiritually minded individuals that support this organization. It is an unusual and challenging time and yet every day I see more joy, kindness, creativity, and resilience expressed across the campus. And there is such gratitude and support from our Field. Our hearts have been touched by the donations, gifts, and loving notes that arrive at the BA. We are so blessed.

5 things you should know about the BA in September

Our active Christian Science nursing services. We are grateful that we continue to be able to admit patients at the BA and to respond to calls for the Visiting Service while staying in compliance with guidelines and restrictions for Brookline and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

CSNAIII (Advanced Christian Science Nursing Arts) started on September 1st. For five weeks Christian Science nurses from California, Missouri, and New Jersey (along with those from the BA) will call the BA home while they participate in the classroom portion of this course. With social guidance and ongoing restrictions in place for Massachusetts, we have needed to be creative and flexible as we set up classroom space. With desks 6 feet apart, we are using the Living Room (below the Chapel) in the Original Building for classroom sessions.

#HALFMYDAF  
Through these challenging times, it is rewarding to see the increase in charity and giving back, especially for nonprofits. And this is a time when nonprofits especially can use the added support. The #HALFMYDAF movement caught our attention because over $120 billion is sitting in Donor Advised Funds* and community foundations. A *Donor Advised Fund (DAF) is a simple, flexible and tax-efficient way to give to your favorite charities. A DAF is like a charitable investment account for the sole purpose of supporting charitable organizations you care about. These accounts may be held at an investment firm like Fidelity Charitable or a community foundation.

Restoring the portrait of Mrs. EddySo many BA Friends have been checking in on the progress of the restoration of Mrs. Eddy’s portrait that hung in the Reception Room at the BA for many years. The latest update is that the canvas has been cleaned and next week the portrait goes to the framer. And it should be ready to hang in October. We welcome your gifts to finish this wonderful project.

CSNA Graduation is virtual in 2020 – We will be celebrating online this year rather than meeting together in the Chapel for Graduation. Current guidelines do not allow us to gather in one place for our traditional Christian Science Nursing Arts graduation. We will be online with all the graduates and our keynote speaker in November. We will be announcing the exact date in the coming week.

 AND

 I’m reading in September – With Gratitude – The Power of a Thank You Note by Jennifer Richwine

 I’m listening toA Psalm for you –a new children’s video from TMCYouth

 

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Janiva’s Post

It is such a privilege to work at the BA along with the many spiritually minded individuals that support this organization. It is an unusual and challenging time and yet every day I see more joy, kindness, creativity, and resilience expressed across the campus. And there is such gratitude and support from our Field. Our […]

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It is such a privilege to work at the BA along with the many spiritually minded individuals that support this organization. It is an unusual and challenging time and yet every day I see more joy, kindness, creativity, and resilience expressed across the campus. And there is such gratitude and support from our Field. Our hearts have been touched by the donations, gifts, and loving notes that arrive at the BA. We are so blessed.

5 things you should know about the BA in September

Our active Christian Science nursing services. We are grateful that we continue to be able to admit patients at the BA and to respond to calls for the Visiting Service while staying in compliance with guidelines and restrictions for Brookline and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

CSNAIII (Advanced Christian Science Nursing Arts) started on September 1st. For five weeks Christian Science nurses from California, Missouri, and New Jersey (along with those from the BA) will call the BA home while they participate in the classroom portion of this course. With social guidance and ongoing restrictions in place for Massachusetts, we have needed to be creative and flexible as we set up classroom space. With desks 6 feet apart, we are using the Living Room (below the Chapel) in the Original Building for classroom sessions.

#HALFMYDAF  
Through these challenging times, it is rewarding to see the increase in charity and giving back, especially for nonprofits. And this is a time when nonprofits especially can use the added support. The #HALFMYDAF movement caught our attention because over $120 billion is sitting in Donor Advised Funds* and community foundations. A *Donor Advised Fund (DAF) is a simple, flexible and tax-efficient way to give to your favorite charities. A DAF is like a charitable investment account for the sole purpose of supporting charitable organizations you care about. These accounts may be held at an investment firm like Fidelity Charitable or a community foundation.

Restoring the portrait of Mrs. EddySo many BA Friends have been checking in on the progress of the restoration of Mrs. Eddy’s portrait that hung in the Reception Room at the BA for many years. The latest update is that the canvas has been cleaned and next week the portrait goes to the framer. And it should be ready to hang in October. We welcome your gifts to finish this wonderful project.

CSNA Graduation is virtual in 2020 – We will be celebrating online this year rather than meeting together in the Chapel for Graduation. Current guidelines do not allow us to gather in one place for our traditional Christian Science Nursing Arts graduation. We will be online with all the graduates and our keynote speaker in November. We will be announcing the exact date in the coming week.

 AND

 I’m reading in September – With Gratitude – The Power of a Thank You Note by Jennifer Richwine

 I’m listening toA Psalm for you –a new children’s video from TMCYouth

 

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