SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16
Following the service, all are invited to the Sunday School space to sing favorite Christmas carols together.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1
With joy and gratitude for God's abundant supply of good, we will be holding a church dedication at 2:30pm at the church. There will be readings, singing, and an opportunity to share related remarks. For more info, click here.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22
All are invited to our Thanksgiving service! This special gathering, from 10-11am, includes a Thanksgiving Bible Lesson-Sermon, singing, a reading of the Presidential Proclamation for Thanksgiving Day, and an opportunity for attendees to share gratitude.
SATURDAY, APRIL 21
Join us at 3pm at the Eastport-Annapolis Neck library for "Learn to pray and heal (a spiritual adventure)," a talk by Nate Frederick, CS, of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship. He'll explore how understanding God as Love itself enables us to feel and express God's infinite love in ways that heal. This is a free talk sponsored by our church.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24
Right after the service we'll head down the hall to the Sunday School for a cheerful tradition: singing Christmas carols together.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14
Stop by our newly remodeled Reading Room during our open house from 5-8pm -- the same evening as Midnight Madness, a festive Annapolis tradition that starts at 6pm. Note that free 3-hour parking is available at all metered locations downtown for the month of December.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10
"Make a joyful noise unto the Lord" (Psalms 98:4) as we get to know the second half of the newly-released Christian Science Hymnal: Hymns 430-603 at a hymn sing following the service.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Join us at 10am for our Thanksgiving service! This special gathering includes singing, a reading of the Presidential Proclamation for Thanksgiving Day, a Thanksgiving Bible Lesson-Sermon, and an opportunity for attendees to share gratitude.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12
After the service will be a joyful and inspiring hymn sing featuring the newly-released Christian Science Hymnal: Hymns 430–603, which includes contemporary music, traditional music, and music from around the world.
SATURDAY, MARCH 25
Join us at 1pm at the Edgewater library for "Infinite Possibilities for Healing," a free talk sponsored by our church. Drawing from the teachings of Christ Jesus and from Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, speaker Chet Manchester, CSB, of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship will speak about the spiritual laws of health and how we can apply them in