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Sunday Service

10:30a ET

(We will be live by 10:20a)


  1. Hymn.

  2. Reading a Scriptural Selection.

  3. Silent Prayer, followed by the audible repetition of the Lord's Prayer with its spiritual interpretation.

  4. Hymn.

  5. Announcing necessary notices.

  6. Solo.

  7. Reading the Explanatory Note on first leaf of Quarterly.

 8. Announcing the subject of the Lesson-Sermon, and reading the Golden Text.**

 9. Reading the Scriptural Selection, entitled "Responsive Reading," alternately by the First Reader and the congregation.**

 10. Reading the Lesson-Sermon. (After the Second Reader reads the BIBLE references of the first Section of the Lesson, the First Reader makes the following announcement: "As announced in the explanatory note, I shall now read correlative passages from the Christian Science textbook, SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES, by Mary Baker Eddy.")

 11. Collection.








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 12. Hymn. 

 13. Reading the Scientific Statement of Being, and the correlative Scripture according to I John 3:1-3.

 14. Pronouncing Benediction.

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Hymn #228

O Love divine, that dwells serene,
Whose light of life has no eclipse,
We feel Thy comfort, though unseen,
And lay our hand upon our lips.

No words our hidden joy can tell,
A welling fount, it fills the heart;
Not in the flesh, in Thee we dwell,
In Thee our life, for Life Thou art.

With love we meet the low despite
Of such as hate our Master’s way.
With patience he maintained the right;
So may we triumph day by day.


Hymn #381

What brightness dawned in resurrection
And shone in Mary’s wondering eyes!
Her heart was thrilled with new affection,
She saw her Lord in life arise.

She knew the Christ, undimmed by dying,
Alive forevermore to save;
Creative Mind, all good supplying,
Had triumphed over cross and grave.

With hope and faith, like exiles yearning
For homelands loved through patient years,
The hearts of men are homeward turning
To God Who giveth rest from fears.

Assured and safe in Love’s protection,
Great peace have they, and unsought joy;
They rise from sin in resurrection,
And works of love their hands employ.


Hymn #275

Praise now creative Mind,
Maker of earth and heaven;
Glory and power to Him belong,
Joy of the sun and skies,
Strength where the hills arise,
So let us praise with joy and song.

Ages have seen His might,
Father we call His name;
Nights of our mourning and sorrow end,
Light blesses opened eyes,
Joys like the dawns arise
As we see Him our God and Friend.

Saviour from death is He;
Life is our heritage;
Mercy and goodness forever guide;
Ours is the risen Christ,
Daily we keep our tryst,
And evermore in Love confide.



"Hymn of Life"

Sung by Andrew Brewis

Grace Notes CD

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