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.

Our Sunday services are held at 10.30am and our Wednesday meetings at 7.30pm.  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

What's Going On


Sunday Services 10.30am

Wednesday Testimony Meeting 7.30pm

You are welcome to join us either at our church or online. 

Living it

I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten

Tucked away in the book of Joel in the Bible is this little sentence: “And I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten”. At first glance, this doesn’t make sense....the years being eaten by locusts? But in its spiritual significance, these words speak of the restoration of everything that might seem to have been lost....lost opportunities, thwarted hopes and dreams, cherished plans that have been derailed through no fault of our own.


Praying for The World

Resolving the transgender question in my thought

Today we hear and read a lot about issues to do with gender and transgender. These are sensitive and challenging questions, but at the same time important to resolve in one’s thought and not to run away from. 

The Bible says that God created man in his own image and likeness, hence as purely and perfectly spiritual, as the reflection of Life, Truth and Love. And as we read in our textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, man is ‘the compound idea of infinite Spirit or the full representation of Mind’. Being ‘compound and full’ means complete, nothing missing.