You are invited to attend this free lecture on Christian Science by Mary Bothwell, C.S.B., a Christian Science Practitioner and Teacher, and member of the Board of Lectureship.
Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 7:30 PM Museum of Biblical Art 7500 Park Lane Dallas, TX 75225
We all yearn to find meaningful relationships, or a more lasting connection with peace, contentment, even health. In my lecture, I’ll discuss how anyone can become genuinely aware of God’s presence and experience heaven-harmony, health, and happiness-here and now.
I’ll also share how the study of the Bible, and a book that explains the healing relevance of the Bible, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, can open up a new meaning of heaven to each of us. This heaven isn’t a place, but a tangible feeling of being enveloped in love and spirituality that comes from understanding more about God. We’ll explore the new perspectives that come from this understanding of God-healing perspectives that can resolve all kinds of difficulties, and transform our lives for good.
Ever wondered if there was more to life than what you were experiencing?
Have you looked into different
spiritual practices and healing methods?
Are you wanting more than just to
hear about God?
Then we invite you to this free talk by Giulia Nesi.
November 21, 2019, 7:15 PM Grand Hall, NRH Centre 6000 Hawke Ave. North Richland Hills, TX 76180
Giulia has spent her entire career in the healthcare field. She is a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science and former psychotherapist. In her talk, she will explain how experiencing God brings healing to our lives and is possible for anyone, anytime, anywhere.
Giulia enjoys talking with people about their spiritual journey and sharing the profound insights contained in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. She’s been on the faculty of Harvard Medical School’s symposium Spirituality & Healing in Medicine, managed a special project established to respond to the growing interest from healthcare professionals in Christian Science, and has lectured widely to both professional healthcare audiences and the general public.
This talk is sponsored by First Church of Christ, Scientist, North Richland Hlls. Questions? Call 817-281-2436.
The American Guild of Organists (AGO) is providing Third Church of Christ, Scientist, Dallas, with a wonderful opportunity to showcase our new Casavant organ. Sponsored by the AGO as part of its Robert T. Anderson Recital Series, organist Aaron Tan will be putting Dallas’s newest pipe organ through its paces!
The recital will take place on Thursday, November 7th at 7:30 pm and finish at approximately 8:45 pm, followed by light refreshments.
of the 2018 American Guild of Organists National Young Artists Competition in
Organ Performance, Aaron Tan has won numerous noteworthy contests and scholarships
on both organ and piano. Currently studying at the Institute of Sacred Music at
Yale University, Aaron also serves as Organ Scholar at Church of the
Resurrection, New York City.
Here is a link to Aaron Tan on his agent’s site http://www.concertorganists.com/artists/aaron-tan/ and here also is the link to what appears on the AGO
The performance is free and no tickets are required. All are welcome to attend the performance and to bring family and friends. Here is a flyer for you to share.
Please note: The parking lot will be accessible from Prescott Avenue on the evening of the performance.