The Christian Science Board of Directors announces the Annual Meeting invitation for 2024.
Effective November 13, 2023, Arcadia Nones, CSB, of Lake Forest, Illinois, United States, has been elected to The Christian Science Publishing Society Board of Trustees, joining Michael Fish, CSB, and David Hohle, CSB, who currently serve as Trustees.
We are delighted and grateful to be able to share with you the happy news of the recent admission of new members to The Mother Church from around the world.
We are happy to announce the appointment by the Christian Science Board of Directors of Lisa Rennie Sytsma, CSB, to the position of Associate Editor for The Christian Science Journal, Sentinel, and Herald.
Enjoy studying and sharing the Thanksgiving Bible lesson for free online at quarterly.christianscience.com/thanksgiving.
Moji George, CSB, of Lagos, Nigeria, has been elected as the new member of the Board of Directors of The First Church of Christ, Scientist.
Our beloved colleague and fellow member of the Christian Science Board of Directors, Barbara Fife, has recently passed on. She is ever in God’s care. We would ask each of you, in whatever way you can, to join us in quiet prayer to reflect on the love she brought to advance this holiest of causes and bless the global community.
The Annual Meeting replay is now available in English, French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish.
It is a joy and a privilege for me to report the admission of new members to The Mother Church! Christian Science offers the true social purpose for all. It is defined in the healing mission of The Church of Christ, Scientist, to offer a radical cure for the ills of human society. As members of The Mother Church, we each have the opportunity to further cultivate our individual practice of this Christ-healing.
Our Clerk, Laurie Richardson, has notified the Board of Directors of her plan to step away from her position as Clerk, and Martha Moffett, a Christian Science practitioner and teacher from Minnesota, will join the Clerk’s Office as Laurie’s successor.