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We'd love to have you join us either in person or via Zoom (computer, tablet or smartphone), or Telephone (landline or cell phone).

E-Blast (newsletter)

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Sunday Church Service

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​Event Calendar

This Church:

   For details about our monthly events, please scroll to the bottom of this page.

​​​April 17 @ 7PM: Wednesday Testimony Meeting. Attend in person or click here to attend by Zoom/phone.

April 20 @ 12PM-3PM: Come join us at our Reading Room to celebrate Earth Day. We’ll be giving out gifts to neighborhood kids and copies of the Christian Science Monitor featuring articles about how youth throughout the world are addressing Climate Change. Refreshments will be served.

​​April 22 @ 7PM: Metaphysical Workshop. Our metaphysical topic for April is: Handling the belief that decline is inevitable. Select a specific belief of decline to work on and plan to join us at this metaphysical workshop to share inspiration. In support of this work we are reading the chapter in Science and Health entitled "Animal Magnetism Unmasked." Click here to attend by Zoom/phone.

Support Our Church: We welcome and are most grateful for your donations in support of our church services and outreach activities. Click here to donate online.

Reading Room: We have both onsite and online Reading Rooms. Click here for details.

​Talks, etc. in Orange County and elsewhere:

   Stay tuned...

For information on talks and other events throughout Southern California, please see: https://www.prayerthatheals.org/events.

Youth and Family Events:

   Stay tuned...

​​​Monthly Events/Meetings

​​Meeting times: Please note that all evening meetings start at 7PM: this includes our Wednesday Testimony meetings, our Growing Church workshops, and our Metaphysical workshops.

​​​​Sundays and Wednesdays: Sunday morning church services and Wednesday Testimony meetings are held in our church building and on Zoom. 

Second Mondays @ 7:00 PM: Growing Church Workshop (GCW) & Open Forum (OF) on Zoom.

Fourth Mondays @ 7:00 PM: Metaphysical Workshop on Zoom.

Reading Room

On Site Reading Room: Our on-site Reading Room hours are: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12PM – 3PM, and Sundays after church until noon. Click here for more info. ​

Zoom Reading Room: Our Zoom Reading Room hours are: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 1PM – 2PM, and Thursday from 6PM - 7PM. Click here for more info.

Community Prayer Projects

We are a church where prayer and love unite in healing. Besides regular monthly Metaphysical Workshops, on the fourth Monday, members opt to address specific topics in ad hoc groups. Anyone is welcome to participate. Currently, three groups have formed – one (the Love our Neighbors project) is addressing racial equality and justice in this community, another (the Climate Studies project) is addressing Global Warming and Climate Change and a third is focused on contributing written and voiced inspiration to TMC’s periodicals. Click here for more info or email admin: christiansciencesjc@gmail.com

This Month's Tithing ​​​Recipient

​​Tithing info: This Christian Science Church donates part of our collection each month to a specific local, national, or global organizations whose mission we support. Our tithing recipient for April is Our Father's Table. Our Father’s Table — based in San Juan Capistrano and serving So Orange County — is founded on the fundamental idea that “EVERYONE, no matter background, mistakes made or struggles they face — addictions, mental illnesses, or disabilities should have a chance to improve their quality of life.” Through their chronic homeless intervention program, Project Restoration, this dedicated group is proving there is a solution to break the cycle of homelessness one person at a time.  Their mission is "to walk alongside our brothers and sisters experiencing chronic homelessness and connect them to services and agencies" with the goal of ensuring their journey succeeds in ending their homeless experience. Last year Our Father's Table saw more than 95% of those engaged in Project Restoration continued to remain in stable housing as well as clean and sober one year after entering this program. For more information see their inspiring website: ourfatherstableus.org.



   Click here to watch the replay of the talk by James Shepherd on "Why Everyone Is Needed" 

   given at our church on Saturday, June 17th.


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