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Upcoming Seminar: Our Bible Lessons – Understanding Them and Reading Them Expressively and Effectively



Our Bible Lessons: Understanding Them and Reading Them Expressively and Effectively with Don Feldheim, presenter and author of Principles of Expressive Reading



Saturday, February 17, 2018

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The Leaves
1230 W. Spring Valley
Richardson, TX 75080

Please register by Feb. 9. Registration instructions are at the bottom of this page.

Cost $25.00

Mary Baker Eddy says the Christian Science Bible Lesson is “…a lesson on which the prosperity of Christian Science largely depends.” Church Manual Art III, Sect. 1 (31:4)

While the bylaw is directed toward Readers in our churches, it’s also important for every student of Christian Science to thoroughly understand and effectively read—audibly and silently—our Bible Lessons.

This unique seminar will benefit any student of Christian Science

Readers (former, current and future), the general membership, regular church attendees,

and senior Sunday School students.

You’ll receive tools that will help you:
  • deepen your scholarly understanding

  • elevate scholarly understanding to heartfelt understanding

  • gain the freedom to express the spirit of the word with heartfelt fervor

You’ll also learn about the reading standards set by Mary Baker Eddy and the Holy Bible, and get ideas about how our Bible Lessons can help us become better healers and ensure the prosperity of our church.

We’ll explore:

  • Some of the more serious barriers that animal magnetism attempts to impose on our understanding of God’s Word, and on our reading from our platforms.

  • The standards of effective reading—straight from the Hoy Bible and from our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy.

  • How to set God’s word free from the pages on which it was written.

Both silent and oral readers will receive expressive reading “Tools for Understanding” that will help us:
  • Improve a scholarly understanding of the text, and elevate that scholarly understanding to a more spiritual dimension of heartfelt understanding of God’s word.

  • Identify clues writers have left—clues that reveal important insights into God’s inspiration.

  • Pay special attention to the nuances created by the writers choice of words and the structure of their writing.

  • Gain a clearer and deeper understanding of the heart and soul of the writer’s work.

We’ll also receive expressive reading “Tools for Delivery” that will help us:
  • Use all our God-given communication tools to the best of our abilities.

  • Deliver inspired messages with the same depth of feeling and richness of expression with which the writer might have actually spoken the words.

  • Eliminate self-consciousness and learn how to “get yourself out of the way.”

The $25 cost of this seminar includes lunch and a PDF copy of the 220-page book,

Principles of Expressive Reading, by Don Feldheim.


Though walk-ins are welcome, it will be helpful if you register and pay in advance. Here’s how:

1. By February 9, send an email to or call 214-361-1625. Provide the names of the attendees for February 17.

2. Visit and donate the $25 fee for each attendee (includes lunch and a PDF copy of Principles of Expressive Reading) with a credit card via PayPal. Note: this will not show as a registration, just a donation. We will match the name(s) on the registration with the name of the credit card and you’ll be all set.

We look forward to seeing you at The Leaves on Saturday, February 17!

This seminar is sponsored by Christian Science churches in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.


Our Bible Lessons: Understanding them and reading them expressively and effectively

Cedars Camp Show – Feb 11 – Dallas Tx

YOU are invited to a CedarS event in Dallas!

February 11, 2018 at 2pm

Alcuin School, Wyly Theater
6144 Churchill Way
Dallas, TX 75230


2pm:  Meet campers, staff, and directors. Play GAGA. 
2:30pm:  Watch the CedarS and Principia videos
3pm:  Snacks and fellowship

  RSVP:  David & Laurie Matthews (7th Church) 214-926-9220

Cedars Camp Junior Leadership Program

  Assistant Hosts:  

Lisa Wyly & John Graham 214-526-5906 (Third Church); Kelly McCutcheon 469-865-7376 (Fifth Church); Alexis Spradling 214-632-0217 (Arlington); Laurie Milner 817-999-6686 (Irving);
Elizabeth Arnett 817-439-2005 (N Richland Hills);
Marcy& Tim Best 214-732-0478 or (Plano); Debbie & Tony Janssen 972-802-7036 (Richardson)

Cedars Camp Musical

  Meet Warren Huff, CedarS Camps Executive Director,

  Holly Huff Bruland,CedarS Director of Operations, and

  Patti Fox, Principia National Field Recruiter


Cedars Camp Fishing trip

Bible Study Program In Austin, TX Feb 9-10

This workshop will include deep dives into the Bible and it’s application to changes and challenges in our times.

Featured speakers will be:   Richard Davenport, Chaplain and Barry Huff, PHD

First Church of Christ, Scientist
1309 Guadalupe St
Austin, Tx

FRIDAY  Feb 9   7:30PM-9:30PM
SATURDAY Feb 10   9:30AM-4:30PM

Cost: $45/online or $60/door

register at:

or call 646-580-9774

Gratitude and Giving request from the Texas Christian Science Institutional Committee


Annual Meeting 2017 was filled with gratitude, inspiration and progress.

The Executive Board wishes to thank all of the volunteers and the churches for the selfless love and generous spirit for this work.  Below are links to three of the zone reports and a link providing a way for you to help give a gift of The Christian Science Monitor or Christian Science Sentinel.

Outreach to Prisons





It is the time of year for giving.    And the State Institutional Committee has a need.


We have many more requests for Monitor subscriptions than can be filled within our budget, so we need your help!  Sharing.


The Christian Science Monitor is a simple way to introduce Christian Science to inmates; a proven way to change lives; a great way to support the cause of Christian Science in the state of Texas.


The State Committee has obtained the Christmas gift rate (20% off) for sincere seekers of truth who have requested an annual subscription.    For $89.00 you can give a subscription of a The Christian Science Monitor.   There are two ways you can give:

1. By credit card.  Use the donate button to contribute $89 through PayPal

2. By check payable to the C. S.  State Institutional Committee in the amount of  $89. Please designate  CSM and mail to:

Christian Science Comm
Attn: Elizabeth Arnett
P.O. Box 1381
Roanoke, TX 76262

Thank you for considering this very special gift.

You will find a donate button at the bottom of the page link below to make a paypal donation to the committee for Christian Science Monitors

Outreach to Prisons

Learn to Pray and Heal (a spiritual adventure) Jan 20 in Irving


Are prayer and healing for you?

I mean, if you have no experience with spirituality or religion, or you’re not even sure what you think about God, can you still pray and be healed?

Yes. Because prayer and healing are natural to us, and I say this as one who didn’t even grow up in a religious household. But what I’ve discovered as I’ve studied Christian Science is that a willingness to shift perspectives, to see things in a new, more spiritual way, has an effect–for anyone.

Like in the case of an inmate I worked with. As I shared the basics of Christian Science with him he said it all sounded great but he was just a bad person. He seemed pretty convinced that healing wasn’t for him. But as we talked about the fact that he wasn’t defined by his past, but by God, his source, who is completely good, I could tell his thought about himself was changing.

And then he wanted more. So he took a copy of the Bible and Mary Baker Eddy’s book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, back to his cell and started to dive into these books. Six or seven weeks later, I ran into him again and he told me that he’d been healed of a serious illness–just from studying the Bible and Science and Health. His study helped him grasp God and his life in a new way and his disease was cured.

In my lecture, I’ll share more about the fundamentals of effective prayer, as I’ve learned from studying Christian Science, as well as how healing is truly possible for everyone.

This Christian Science Lecture given by Nate Frederick, a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship, will be

January 20, 2018

11:00 AM

First Church of Christ Scientist
2250 W. Pioneer Dr.
Irving, Tx 75061


Childcare will be provided.


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The Reading Room is Now Open in its New Location

4347 West Northwest Highway Suite #150
Dallas, TX  75220

214- 350 -9091

M-F 10-4PM,    Sat 10-3PM,   Sun 1-3PM

Our new address is right around the corner from our old location.

Please come by to see our new space.

Here is a look at the Process:
The old Reading Room

The old Reading Room looked like this:







The wall of healing work will stay in the new space






formerly Subway
formerly subway
formerly subway


The space we were moving to looked like this:














In planning, we wanted the new Reading Room to be an active place with more room to host events, for example:  Skype workshops and lectures, appreciation events, and meetings.









All ideas are on the table









Putting the new ideas to work  into the new space

The construction team did a great job




















Our New Reading Room!

Treasures of Hope Collection – Dallas Leadership Foundation Drive

Thank You for your contribution!

Sunday School again ran the donation boxes this year.  Morgen, Ruth and Hannah decorated two boxes and created a flier that was passed out after Church.

The donations went to Dallas Leadership Foundation Treasures of Hope Collection  .  What is this group?  Here is an excerpt from their website:

“Local churches in partnership with Dallas Leadership Foundation are mobilizing their congregations to go outside of the church walls and serve their communities alongside neighbors from different denominational, racial, class, and political backgrounds.”

Your donations went to the Christmas Store to provide for Dallas families in need.

To learn more about Dallas Leadership Foundation and Treasures of Hope visit their web site:

Thank you again for your contribution!



Welcome to our healing church!