We are happy that you are here. Whether you are searching for information about Christian Science or wanting to know about our services, we are here to offer loving help.

Our Mission


This Christian Science Church is one of the worldwide branches of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, founded by Mary Baker Eddy in 1879. The Christian Science Church is “…designed to commemorate the word and works of our Master, which should reinstate primitive Christianity and its lost element of healing.” (Manual of The Mother Church by Mrs. Eddy.
P. 17.)

Sunday School


Our Sunday School is provided for students up to the age of 20. Instruction, which includes the teachings and healings of Christ Jesus, is from the Bible and the writings of Mary Baker Eddy. Students are taught of God’s love for them and of the relevance of Jesus’ teachings to their lives.



Services are at 780 Abrego Street, Monterey.

Sunday morning service and Sunday school begins at 10:00 AM. 

Wednesday evening testimony meeting is at 7:30 PM.


Notice: Church services on Sundays and Wednesdays and the Sunday School on-site will be temporarily discontinued at the 780 Abrego Street location until further notice.

However, we will continue to provide the church Sunday services and Wednesday testimony meetings with our Uber Conference telephone and online capabilities. To access Sunday Service at 10 am Pacific and the Wednesday testimony meeting at 7:30 pm Pacific, dial 831-296-3513 to connect by telephone and follow the prompts. To connect by computer, you must open with Chrome browser and go to www.uberconference.com/room/churchserviceSelect "Join Conference".

Enjoy singing along during our church service with the hymn selections posted below.
Reading Room & Bookstore— Two locations to serve you
November 29-December 5, 2021
This Week's Lesson:

God th Only Cause and Creator

Golden Text: Proverbs 16:4 (to :) 

The Lord hath made all

things for himself:


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We are happy to announce that our Reading Rooms at 780 Abrego St. and 198 Bonifacio Place is now open for in-person visits.
Please come and stop by…and just a friendly reminder, masks are required.  We hope to see you soon.
Reading Room
The Reading Room and Bookstore in the church edifice at 780 Abrego, Monterey. 
Reading Room
The Reading Room and Bookstore at 198 Bonifacio Place in Downtown Monterey. 

Our Reading Room offers a quiet sanctuary to the community for study and prayer. It also serves as a bookstore, lending library, and information center for those wishing to learn more about Christian Science.

Available resources include The Christian Science Monitor, a timely international news magazine; monthly and weekly religious magazines; CDs of inspirational articles and music; biographies of Mary Baker Eddy, the discoverer and founder of  Christian Science; many study resources including Bible dictionaries, concordances, and translations; and a computer for related research purposes.

There are 2 locations to serve you:

198 Bonifacio Place, Downtown Monterey

780 Abrego Street, Monterey


Downtown Reading Room  

Hours (Reading Room–198 Bonifacio Place, Monterey):

Mon–Fri 11am–4pm 

Sat 11 am–3pm

Hours (Reading Room–780 Abrego St., Monterey):

Mon–Fri 11am–4pm 

Closed on weekends

Phone Number:

Tel: 831-372-5076 (198 Bonifacio Place)

Tel: 831-920-2300 (780 Abrego Street)

Fax: 831-324-4708

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Visiting Christian Science Nursing Service free of charge  in the Monterey Bay Area:

Please text or call Visiting Christian Science Nurse
Aicha Langel in advance to make an appointment or to ask any questions at 415-740-0460; or email ALangel@ardenwood.org

If you would like to make a donation to the church, click on the button below:
Hymn selection ~ Sunday, November 28

1st Hymn: 10                    

(Frederic W. Root)


All power is given unto our Lord,

On Him we place reliance;

With truth from out His sacred word

We bid our foes defiance.

With Him we shall prevail,

Whatever may assail;

He is our shield and tower,

Almighty is His power;

His kingdom is forever.


Rejoice, ye people, praise His name,

His care doth e’er surround us.

His love to error’s thralldom came,

And from its chains unbound us.

Our Lord is God alone,

No other power we own;

No other voice we heed,

No other help we need;

His kingdom is forever.


O then give thanks to God on high,

Who life to all is giving;

The hosts of death before Him fly,

In Him we all are living.

Then let us know no fear,

Our King is ever near;

Our stay and fortress strong,

Our strength, our hope, our song;

His kingdom is forever.

2nd Hymn: 292              

(Maria Louise Baum)


Put on the whole armor of pure consecration,

The breastplate of righteousness valiantly gird,

With shield of true faith, and the helmet of salvation-

The sword of the Spirit is God’s mighty Word!


For His is the greatness, the power and the glory,

The victory His, when for succor we call;

His majesty shines in creation’s wondrous story,

And He is exalted as head over all!


(Robert J. Dufford)


You shall cross the barren desert

But you shall not die of thirst.

You shall wander far in safety

Though you do not know the way.

You shall speak your words in

foreign lands

And all will understand.

You shall see the face of God and live.



Be not afraid,

I go before you always.

Come follow me

And I will give you rest.


Blessed are your poor

For the kingdom shall be theirs.

Blessed are you that weep and mourn

For one day you shall laugh

And if wicked tongues insult and

hate you

All because of me,

Blessed, blessed are you.



Be not afraid,

I go before you always.

Come follow me

And I will give you rest.



Be not afraid,

I go before you always.

Come follow me

And I will give you rest.



Be not afraid,

I go before you always.

Come follow me

And I will give you rest.

3rd Hymn: 540                  

(Mary Baker Eddy)


O gentle presence, peace and joy and power;

O Life divine, that owns each waiting hour,

Thou Love that guards the nestling’s faltering flight!

Keep Thou my child on upward wing tonight.


Love is our refuge; only with

mine eye

Can I behold the snare, the pit,

the fall:

His habitation high is here,

and nigh,

His arm encircles me, and mine, and all.


O make me glad for every

scalding tear,

For hope deferred, ingratitude, disdain!

Wait, and love more for every hate, and fear

No ill,-since God is good, and loss is gain.


Beneath the shadow of His

mighty wing;

In that sweet secret of the

narrow way,

Seeking and finding, with the angels sing:

“Lo, I am with you alway,”-watch and pray.


No snare, no fowler, pestilence

or pain;

No night drops down upon the troubled breast,

When heaven’s aftersmile earth’s tear-drops gain,

And mother finds her home and heav’nly rest.