You are invited to join us for a Christian Science lecture titled “Learn to Pray and Heal – a Spiritual Adventure” given by Nate Frederick, CS
Click the play button to watch the livestream on Thursday, December 16, 2021 at 7:30 PM (Eastern)
Are prayer and healing for you? Yes, even if you have no experience with spirituality or religion, or you’re not even sure what you think about God, you can still pray and be healed. Because prayer and healing are natural to us. Your willingness to shift perspectives, to see things in a new, more spiritual way, has an effect — for anyone.
What is Christian Science? An approach to Christianity based on the idea that the divine truth and love which shone through Jesus’ life and works is timeless, universal, and understandable, and so can be experienced through healing in our lives today.
About our speaker
Experiencing first-hand the healing power of divine Love, God, is Nate’s favorite thing. It’s what makes him tick.
Nate studied perennial religion at Hampshire College where he was introduced to Christian Science healing. Although he was enamored with the academic exploration of spirituality, what he truly desired most was to practice spirituality in a tangible way — he wanted to experience God and heal others. “Without comparison, my greatest love, my greatest joy — my mission — is to transform lives and heal the sick through Christianly Scientific prayer.”
After traveling the world for a year and hiking extensively in the Himalayas, Nate came to Boston in 2008 to work for his church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist. Nate’s many hobbies includes adventuring in the outdoors, writing songs and cooking.
We are happy to report that the doors of our church are back open with the Reading Room downstairs adjacent to our Sunday school.
Our Sunday morning service is held from 11 AM to noon and our Wednesday Testimony Meeting from 8 to 9 PM. Everyone is welcome.
Sunday school for students up to age of 20 is held at the same time as the Sunday morning church service
Free parking is available on the street and in our church parking lot.
Handicap access is available from the street-level entrance around the drive on the far side of the church.
We are located across the street from the Johns Hopkins University Athletic Field.