Third Church of Christ, Scientist

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Welcome, Students, to Up Your Ave!
Friday, October 2, 3:00-6:30 PM

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Get your passport stamped in the Reading Room. Learn how to get a free subscription to The Christian Science Monitor Weekly. The Monitor is an award-winning news source that can help you be a better student and a thoughtful world citizen.

On "The Ave"
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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 visit us on The Ave in the former Pitcher Brothers Carpet location.

     We invite you to join us for Church or Sunday School at 10:00 AM any Sunday. We share testimonies of healing each Wednesday at 7:30 PM. Visitors are always welcome!

     Relax by the fireplace in the Reading Room six days a week. Enjoy thoughtful reporting found in the award-winning international news publication, The Christian Science Monitor. Explore a wide range of resources for spiritual study. Or just stop by to say hello!


Fri, Oct 2, 3:00-6:30 pm

Welcome, Students! Get your passport stamped in the Reading Room and learn how you can get a free subscription to the Pulitzer Prize winning news source, The Christian Science Monitor.

Drop by the Reading Room
for the following
live audio web chats:


with Michele Newport
Tue, Oct 13, 11:00 am PST

A Psalm tells us, "Great peace have they which love thy law: and nothing shall offend them." How may we remain at peace and be loving when someone does or says something that might offend us? Can troubled and broken relationships be mended? And what about physical conditions that might threaten to "offend" - how may these be healed?

with Judy Wolff
Tue, Oct 27, 11:00 am PST

It's natural to desire spirituality. But how do we grow spiritually? And why is spiritual growth important to our happiness?