Christian Science Church Claygate

Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need.

- Mary Baker Eddy

Welcome to the online home of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Claygate and Esher. We are an active community of spiritual seekers and healers. Please join us at our church/reading room at 45 Hare Lane, Claygate, Surrey or join us online, or email our Clerk. Our services take place at 10:30am on Sundays and 8pm on Wednesdays.

God is working for good in your life

Discover how - and find a basis for effective prayer

A Christian Science talk is to be given by Christian Science practitioner and teacher Lindsey Taylor CSB

on Saturday 30th March at 3pm at our Church in Hare Lane, Claygate

What's Going On

This week

Last week's readings considered healing through the law of Christian Science. A recording of the meeting is available until Wednesday.

This week's readings will support the purpose and potential for healing in our community in the lecture which this branch church is soon to present. Do join us at 8pm through the Zoom system, or in the church if you live within hailing distance.

This week's 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. The topic we are studying this week is, 'Matter.'


Living it


"My father was a heavy drinker, he was often out of work, and when I was very young, he left my mother for another woman..."

Cathy shares how she prays about Fatherhood.



Praying for The World

Supporting New Zealand

"We’ve all felt the shock that comes from an abrupt ending. It can be personal—like a divorce, a layoff, or the death of a loved one. Sometimes it can be larger—like a natural disaster or when lives are senselessly cut short in a tragedy, such as a shooting. Each person deals with these kinds of events differently, and there’s no formula to working through them. Here are a few things I have found helpful in responding prayerfully to “sudden endings” of any kind. " Read more of what Kim Korinek has written in The Christian Science Sentinel