The irrelevancy of age
“I realized how ridiculous it is for anyone to think that the rising and setting of the sun has any connection with or can affect man’s capabilities, which involve the eternal qualities of God. By making a list of the qualities necessary for the position I sought and by daily demonstrating them, I established in my consciousness a sense of true employment.
Within a month a position was offered to me, and age was not mentioned at all. It was necessary, however, to pass an examination to obtain a merit rating, and although I had not taken an examination since school days, I received an excellent grade and secured the position.”
Read how Naomi Dull proved that age is no barrier to employment, and how she was healed of a skin disorder for which there was no cure, as well as a broken knee cap.
AN INCREDIBLE EXPERIENCE, FROM SENTINEL RADIO
“They found out that I’d had a weakness in my spine, caused by a leg-length discrepancy … I was now in such a poor state of health, I was down to 7 1/2 stone, which is about 105 pounds. My body couldn’t absorb any food, except for brown rice and uncooked vegetables, that had just been peeled and grated. … I’d spent thousands of pounds pursuing any number of alternative-type therapies …”
Hear how Phillip Hockley was brought from near death to complete health in a matter of hours. His story can be heard online, either via JSH-Online or YouTube. Check it out!
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The YouTube version
Services now online only
In obedience to the latest government guideline, we have temporarily discontinued our in-person church services. They will resume when gatherings are allowed again.
The good news is that we are conducting our church services online, via Zoom, and we’d be happy to have you join us!
If this link doesn’t work on your device, go to Zoom.com and enter the Meeting ID and password manually. Both of these are available by emailing us at email@example.com.
Sundays 10:30 am
Wednesdays 7:30 pm
Please plan on being signed in five minutes before the service starts. If you do not already have the Zoom software, you will need to download it, at no charge, to your device. It downloads automatically when you join the meeting, but we suggest downloading it in advance.
The hymn numbers below, when possible, are links to YouTube performances of these hymns. The words and/or music do not necessarily match that in our hymnal, but should keep you entertained nonetheless!
Sunday, May 31
Socializing in an age of
Last year’s church picnic was a great time for members to get together for food, games, and good company. But how do we follow up on this with current pandemic guidelines? If you have a suggestion, feel free to let us know, by phone
(407-896-0770) or email.
We’d love to hear from you!
Church services are held every Sunday morning at 10:30. Join us for a timely lesson from the Bible and our Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures! The public is always welcome. No need to dress up. Feel free to come as you are! Child care is provided.
We also meet on Wednesday evenings at 7:30 to share how Christian Science has impacted our lives through healing. Christian Science promotes the healing of both sin and disease … in short, the healing of any kind of error. These testimony meetings feature hymns, Bible readings, and spontaneously given testimonies of healing from those in attendance.
Both Sunday and Wednesday services are now online, due to the current pandemic. (See above.)
Our goal is to meet and inspire a love for God and Christian values in our students. We strive to teach the usefulness and practical application of the Bible in our daily lives by emulating the example of Jesus’ healing ministry.
The Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy, was first published in 1875 and has been providing the healing truth to mankind since that time. An entire chapter of the textbook is devoted to healings that people have experienced simply by reading the book.
Reading room hours are 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, weekdays, except Wednesdays (1:30 pm to 7:15) and Saturdays (10:00 to 2:00).