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
September 13-19, 2021
This Week's Lesson:


Golden Text:  Isaiah 52:2 (to!)

Stand up, shake the dust off


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Reading Room
The Reading Room and Bookstore in the church edifice at 780 Abrego, Monterey. 
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.

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

Reading Room
The Reading Room and Bookstore at 198 Bonifacio Place in Downtown Monterey. 
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Hymn selection ~ Wednesday, September 15

Hymn 218                      

(Samuel Longfellow)


O Life that maketh all things new,

The blooming earth, the thoughts of men;

Our pilgrim feet, wet with Thy dew,

In gladness hither turn again.


From hand to hand the greeting flows,

From eye to eye the signals run,

From heart to heart the bright hope glows,

The seekers of the Light are one:


One in the freedom of the truth,

One in the joy of paths untrod,

One in the heart’s perennial youth,

One in the larger thought of God;-


The freer step, the fuller breath,

The wide horizon’s grander view;

The sense of Life that knows no death,-

The Life that maketh all things new.

Hymn 202 

(Rosa M. Turner)


O dreamer, leave thy dreams for joyful waking,

O captive, rise and sing, for thou art free;

The Christ is here, all dreams of error breaking,

Unloosing bonds of all captivity.


He comes to bless thee on his wings of healing;

To banish pain, and wipe all tears away;

He comes anew, to humble hearts revealing

The mounting footsteps of the upward way.


He comes to give thee joy for desolation,

Beauty for ashes of the vanished years;

For every tear to bring full compensation,

To give thee confidence for all thy fears.


He comes to call the dumb to joyful singing;

The deaf to hear; the blinded eyes to see;

The glorious tidings of salvation bringing.

O captive, rise, thy Saviour comes to thee.

Hymn 436     

(Gerhard Fritzsche & Juliane Klein)


All may seem vain, but we are forever

With You, written in the book of Life.

You are forever, You are forever,

All may seem vain, but You endure.

You, You endure; You, You endure,

With those written in the book of Life.


Life is eternal, infinite light, and

It gives us conviction, strength, and might.

Infinite light, infinite light,

Life is eternal, infinite light.

Infinite light, infinite light,

It gives us conviction, and strength, and might.