Click on the thumbnail to download PDF of the Spring 2021 edition of the Wide Horizon Herald newsletter.
Watch a video that highlights segments from the excellent workshop “The Vital Role of Testimonies in the Christian Science Church: Blessing the Public” given by Dr. Joan Bernard Bradley, and sponsored by Wide Horizon. The workshop was very well received, with over 350 participants!
If you’d like information about future workshops given by Dr. Joan Bernard Bradley, please visit her website: www.joanbernardbradley.com
About this Workshop:
- The workshop delves into the history of the mid-week meeting and how it evolved over an 18 year period — from its earliest format of parlor lectures, into the current order of service for Wednesday meetings.
- Discover how Mary Baker Eddy repeatedly encouraged the early workers to share testimonies of healing with the public.
- Dr. Joan Bernard Bradley has presented this workshop in England, Canada, and throughout the United States, and it is always enthusiastically received. Her research was done at the Mary Baker Eddy Library and Longyear Museum.
About Dr. Bradley
When Joan was introduced to Christian Science, the testimonies she heard at the Wednesday Evening Meetings inspired her to become a serious student. Her son was subsequently healed of asthma, a condition that had gone on for years.
Joan is a former school principal and professor of education. Her doctorate is in educational leadership and administration. She has contributed a number of articles to the Christian Science periodicals.
Click on the thumbnail to download PDF of the Fall 2020 edition of the Wide Horizon Herald newsletter. Watch the replay video of the annual meeting and inspirational talk here.
2020 Inspirational talk by Christie Hanzlik, CS:
2020 Wide Horizon Annual Business Meeting:
Our theme is “Christian Science Nurses as Witnesses to Divine Law.” The inspirational speaker is be Christie Hanzlik, CS, of Boulder, Colorado. Christie is a Journal-listed Christian Science practitioner and former member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship. She serves in many capacities at her branch church and as chair of the Christian Science Institutional Committee of Colorado. Also, Christie has addressed numerous Christian Science Associations and Organizations, and she loves partnering with Christian Science nurses as a practitioner at Christian Science summer camps.
Although there have been numerous new regulations and restrictions during the past months, Wide Horizon continues to be a safe haven and quiet home to Christian Scientists who need Christian Science nursing care or who wish to live on campus as residents. We also continue to be a resource to the Christian Science community.
In addition, we are sincerely grateful to all donors for any contribution during this time. In this light, receiving regular donations in recognition of the importance of Christian Science nursing is important to the sustainability of Wide Horizon’s daily service to the community. Please consider the option of monthly giving to Wide Horizon.
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We know with you during these unprecedented times that “With God all things are possible.” — Mark 10:27