Church Services and Activities
...last for about one hour and are comprised solely of readings from The Holy Bible and "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy (read by two readers, with no interpretations or homily presented), three hymns sung by the congregation, and a song presented by a solo singer with organ accompaniment. (There is also a pause for collections). Beautiful organ music is played live, both before and after the service.
Wednesday testimony meetings are comprised of three communal hymns, readings from THe Holy Bible and Science and Health, and testimonies from those in attendance who share how Christian Science is working in their lives.
Sundays services 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School 10:30 a.m. in historic building behind church
Wednesday testimony meetings at 7:30 p.m.
2911 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville TN 37215 (map below)
Child care is provided at all our services.
Our most recent church building was erected in 1961.
It is located conveniently on Hillsboro Pike at I-440. (Maps below).
Sunday School is held at the same time as the Sunday morning church service. Young people are taught from the Bible and the writings of Mary Baker Eddy to have a deep love for God and man, to learn the fundamentals of Christianity as taught and demonstrated by Jesus, and how to apply these truths in their daily lives. Classes are open for students from preschool up to the age of twenty. Visiting pupils are always welcome.
Click HERE to learn more about the Reading Room, where you can study the Bible and Christian Science literature in a peaceful, spiritual atmosphere.
Our church periodically organizes public lectures to provide the community with resources to enable a greater understanding of Christian spiritual healing as practiced in Christian Science. Please check our list of activities for upcoming events.
Events and Activities
Our church participates in events such as the Southern Women's Conference, where we have operated a booth to distribute information and answer questions about Christian Science in Nashville.