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Finding harmony, happiness and healing through spiritual exploration

You’re warmly invited to listen to a lecture exploring how prayer can have practical and effective results in the lives of ourselves, our community, and our world!
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Experience Heaven Now

By Mary Bothwell, CSB

Sponsored by Third Church of Christ, Scientist, Seattle

Saturday, April 13, 4:00 pm
University Heights Center, Room 209
5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105
Parking on site & childcare provided

In spite of the hyper-connectedness of social media and technology, we live in an era in which many are feeling disconnected. We all yearn to find meaningful relationships, or a more lasting connection with peace, contentment, even health. This talk will explore how anyone can become genuinely aware of God's presence and experience heaven - harmony, health, and happiness - here and now.


Third Church is sponsoring the talk by Mary Bothwell, CSB

About Mary Bothwell, CSB

From childhood, Mary has pursued a quest to understand the universe. While she spent over 30 years working on NASA projects, she has found an inspired view of the universe through studying Christian Science. Now, in her work as a Christian Science practitioner, Mary prays with people of many faiths to achieve healing through prayer as taught by Christ Jesus and described by Mary Baker Eddy in her textbook: Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. Health and emotional issues have been cured, interpersonal relationships harmonized, and supply restored. She travels from her home base in California to speak to audiences as a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship.

Learn more at

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University Heights Center, Room 209

5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105

Parking is available at both University Heights Center, 5031 University Way NE on the West side of the building, and at the church across the street, 5034 University Way NE.


Child care:
Child care available at the church.


Entrances to University Heights:
On the West side, entrance offers access to an elevator to the second floor. On the East side, access by stairs.

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