You are invited to join our online church meetings

Please join us for Sunday services at 10 am and Wednesday services at 7:30 pm on Zoom. These services are a peaceful moment to sing hymns (in the privacy of your own home!) listen to Bible passages and excerpts from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy and pray quietly for healing. We look forward to having you join us.

Just email us at contact@csreno.org and we would be happy to add your email to our distribution list. You are free to drop at any time and we won’t use your email for any other purpose. You can join by computer or telephone.

Our church remains open online
until we are able to gather together again in-person.

Online Services
Besides our branch church services on Zoom, you can also listen to the services of First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston. Go to christianscience.com for links to hear Sunday services live (7 am PDT) or on replay the rest of the week. The Wednesday testimony meeting can be heard live at 11 am PDT on Wednesdays or anytime on replay until Friday morning.

Our prayers are never on pause! Prayer is an active listening to God that is always available, no matter where we are or what our circumstances. As Christian Scientists, we have demonstrated — through thousands of verified testimonies of healing — the power of God in daily life. Complete healings of all types of illness, including viruses, fill the pages of our publications and our Wednesday evening church meetings.

Our Reading Room is open for all to come and ask questions, read quietly, and feel the peaceful atmosphere of an inspired place free from fear. Our Reading Room is open:

Mondays – 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Wednesdays 12:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Fridays – 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Sundays – 11:30 am to 2:00 pm

We are following the governor’s directives for social distancing and masks.

To read more about Christian Science and how to pray about coronavirus and about racial inequality, please visit this page from the First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston:
Praying about world issues