Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need.
Welcome to the online home of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Claygate and Esher. We are an active community of spiritual seekers and healers.
For the time being our church building is closed but our Sunday services at 10.30am and Wednesday meetings at 8pm will continue online and you are warmly invited to join us to find healing, comfort and guidance.
To access services, please click on ‘Join us online’ and scroll down to Zoom.
You can also listen to recordings on Soundcloud in the same area of this website.
Information about our Sunday School and joining its current online classes can also be found by clicking on the tab ‘Young People’
For further enquiries please email our Clerk
From June 30th the start time will be 7.30pm
We are pleased to announce that our Church and Sunday School will reopen on Sunday 27th June. The online services will continue as usual. Our Reading Room will be open every Thursday morning beginning on July 1st.
Alexandre Fischer's talk entitled 'How Spiritual Perception brings Healing' is available to listen to under the Live Stream tab.
The Wednesday evening meeting: you are warmly invited to join us online for this weekly meeting in which Christian Scientists tell of the healings they have experienced through their study of Christian Science.
This week's (online) Sunday Service: Each week Christian Scientists study one of twenty six subjects covering the basic teachings of Christian Science. They were provided by Mary Baker Eddy, the discoverer and founder of Christian Science. This week’s lesson subject is, 'God the Preserver of Man.'
Whenever I learn of the passing of a loved one, these words of Mrs. Eddy’s invariably come to thought: “When the light of one friendship after another passes from earth to heaven, we kindle in place thereof the glow of some deathless reality”. Our Leader also reassures us: “Where God is we can meet, and where God is we can never part”.
There’s a well-known saying: “It’s too good to be true!” We’ve probably all found ourselves coming out with this phrase at times when something wonderful or amazing happens.