Third Church of Christ, Scientist

    5034 University Way NE   •   Seattle WA 98105   •   Ph: 206-522-5755
 
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On "The Ave"
Church-Sunday School-Reading Room
Church Complex A Reading Room is a bookstore and library, an urban sanctuary where anyone, regardless of faith, can step away from a busy day for a few moments of quiet reflection.

Friends and Neighbors,
      Come and visit us on The Ave in the former Pitcher Brothers Carpet location.
     We invite you to join us for Church or Sunday School at 10AM any Sunday. We share testimonies of healing each Wednesday at 7:30PM. Visitors are always welcome!
     Relax by the fireplace in the Reading Room and enjoy thoughtful reporting found in the award-winning international Christian Science Monitor. Explore a wide range of resources for spiritual study--or just stop by to say hello!



Upcoming Events

Drop by the Reading Room
for the following live audio web chats. Doors open at 10:30 am.

HOW CAN I BE
A BETTER HEALER?
with Lois Herr, CSB
Tues, Nov 4, 11:00 am PST


Countless people can attest that Christian Science brings healing to sickness and sin. One can be healed through just a grain of understanding what Christian Science teaches. However, to heal consistently and quickly time and again, a fuller understanding of Christian Science is needed.

BREAKING FREE
FROM SENSUALITY
with Tony Lobl, CS
Tues, Nov 11, 11:00 am PST


The message in ads, music, film and television is often sensual - unrestrained indulgence of the physical senses. Christian Science practitioner Tony Lobl will answer questions on this topic, pointing to the fact that spiritual good reveals a satisfaction that is permanent and leads to progress and joy in life.

BREAKING THE IMPULSE
TO JUDGE OTHERS -
OR YOURSELF
with Lari Snorek-Yates, CS
Tues, Nov 18, 11:00 am PST


Whether it's on social media, at work, school, or elsewhere, we can be tempted to judge others, sometimes without even realizing what we're doing. And sometimes feelings of failure or frustration lead us to judge ourselves in a harsh and unforgiving way. Want to stop the pattern of judging and begin to enjoy loving your neighbor and yourself?