Events and Lectures

What’s Good About Good Friday? (Online)

Have you ever questioned why the day of the crucifixion was called Good Friday, and what could be good about it? Or, why did Jesus have to go through the crucifixion? Have you ever wondered what the proof of the resurrection means in your own life?

Our special Easter talk, “What’s Good about Good Friday?” given by Lona
Ingwerson, will discuss the crucial significance of the resurrection to each one of us.

Friday, April 19, 2019
Music begins at 6:00 PM CDT
Talk begins at 6:30 PM CDT

This Easter talk will take place on Friday, April 19, 2019, at Third Church of Christ, Scientist, NYC, located at 583 Park Avenue at 63rd Street.

Watch online at You can also listen via conference phone: 1 (310) 372-7549 & access code 607611. There will be a live simultaneous Spanish translation for Spanish-speaking attendees.

For more information, contact us at 212-838-1870. We look forward to seeing you!

Lona Ingwerson

Lona Ingwerson is a Christian Science practitioner from Laguna Beach, California. She is a life long Christian
Scientist, and a former member of the Board of Lectureship. Prior to entering the public practice of Christian Science she was an actress, having appeared in motion pictures, on stage, in radio and on television. She had her own radio and television shows and has a master’s degree in Dramatic Arts. Midwesterners identify her for her thousands of TV commercials as “Mrs. Safeway.”

Spiritual Healing

Transform your Life and Health

Two Free One-Hour Lectures
by Mary Alice Rose

Both are at
Rosine Hall at the Dallas Arboretum
8525 Garland Road
Dallas, Texas 75218

RSVP Required

or call 214-526-7783

Monday, April 22 at 12:00 pm
The Science of Christianity

Ever since I was a little girl, I have appreciated the scientific nature of Christianity through my study of Christian Science. I enjoy sharing and exploring this point with audiences in this lecture.

I so loved this logical approach to problem-solving that I majored in meteorology and computer science in college and worked for 20 years in different areas of applied physical science. This lecture points out the similarities and the differences between my study of physical science and my study of Christian Science.

The lecture also explores one of the laws of God that is ever-present and ever-operating: “God is Love.” That law comes from the book of First John in the Bible. The lecture includes several examples of healing which illustrate how the law of God as Love is relevant and practical today.

Mary Alice Rose

Monday, April 22 at 7:00 pm
Practicing Christian Healing Today

What do you think of when you hear the word Christianity? For some today, Christianity may have negative connotations, or perhaps provoke something other than an entirely positive response. But the Christianity I know—the Christianity I understand that Christ Jesus taught—is a vital, crucial agent for healing in the world.

My heart yearns for people to know what Christianity truly means: To me, it’s so about love. And there is no better example in human history of genuine, unconditional love—and its healing effect—than Christ Jesus’ own life. The love he taught and demonstrated actually transformed lives—so it must have been more than mere sympathy or kindness. It must have been the inspiration of divine Love, God, that enabled him to embrace each individual as the beloved child of God.

Living Christianity is about how we can do the same—how Jesus himself expected us to do the same. He taught that those who followed him by living and loving according to his teachings could heal as he did. And he left us with the promise that spiritual healing is possible for everyone to experience and practice.

At the heart of this healing is love—the true vision of our neighbor which flows from God, Love itself. In this lecture, I’ll share how this love impels us to go beyond our preconceived notions and discover more of each individual’s God-derived nature in order to help others. I’ll also discuss some other ideas basic to Christian Science—which is founded on Jesus’ words and works—that allow any of us to heal and be healed.

My hope is that you’ll be able to walk away from this lecture with the essence of true Christianity in your own heart: love that reforms, transforms, and heals.

Mary Alice Rose

Both lectures are Sponsored by Third Church of Christ, Scientist, 4419 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75219

Meaningful change for ourselves & the world

Mark McCurties, CS

Saturday, March 23 at 11:oo a.m.
Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist
6414 Abrams Rd.
Dallas, TX 75231

“We all have a natural desire to improve ourselves and the world around us. In my own life, I’ve found that letting God, divine Love, guide and direct my efforts brings permanent and meaningful results.”

Mark McCurties
Christian Science practitioner and member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship

This free lecture is sponsored by Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist, Dallas. For more information, please call the Christian Science Reading Room at 469-232-9777.

A new view of God and its effect on well-being

Phillip Hockley

A free lecture by Phillip Hockley of St. Louis, a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship.

Thursday, April 4, 2019 7:30 PM
Museum of Biblical Arts
7500 Park Lane
Dallas, TX 75225

“When most people think about life-changing moments, they may not think of a lecture on Christian Science. That wasn’t why I attended a lecture for the first time; I didn’t expect to walk out a new person. But I found something in that lecture that was indeed life-transforming. Christian Science gave me a new view of God that I’d not had before: a view of God as Love itself, divine Love that loved me fully. I also discovered that this loving God was not the source of my troubles (which were many) but the solution to them. My life began to improve quickly after that and I became a healthy man after many years of suffering.

“There’s no question that I was jubilant about the way my life was being transformed. But what impressed me the most was finding out that these kinds of breakthroughs aren’t one-time, personal miracles. God’s love is available to everyone, and there’s even a textbook on Christian Science healing that explains the power of God’s love in our lives: Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures

“What I’ve gone on to learn, and what I’ll share in my lecture, is that the perspective of God and reality that Christian Science opens up is one that offers freedom from whatever in our lives seems painful, debilitating, or limiting. I’ll talk about a 19th-century woman, Mary Baker Eddy, who, after a life-threatening injury, discovered this new view of God for herself and went on to explain her discovery and its Bible-based principles in her book Science and Health. And I’ll share how that discovery is still relevant to our lives today because of what it reveals about God’s great love for each of us and its powerful, life-transforming effects. “

This lecture is sponsored by Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist, Dallas 75220

Finding God, Finding Health

Michelle Nanouche, CSB

First Church of Christ, Scientist in Jenkintown, PA is presenting a live web lecture by Michelle Nanouche.

March 10
3:00 PM ET/2:00 PM Central

No one is, or can be, cut off from or left out of the divine presence.  The unique revelation of God’s full nature, as explained by Christian Science, unlocks the potential in us to not just survive, but to thrive.

This lecture presents facts of the life of Mary Baker Eddy that bring out her role as a Christian healer from her youth, up to, and after her discovery of the explanation in Christian Science of how such healing happens.  It responds to common questions about Christian Science and its practice:

  • How does an understanding of God result in healing?
  • What is God, really?
  • How does one find God?
  • Can finding God through prayer result in physical cure?

After a 40-minute live webcast presentation, the discussion is open for questions and answers with web-audience participation.  The webinar lasts one hour.

To register, please visit:

To watch or listen to recordings of previous online lectures, visit