Mary Baker Eddy: The woman who never gave up!
Did you know that you can visit the Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity on line and learn about her incredible life?
The Library offers a view into her life, ideas, and accomplishments through exhibits, documents, letters, photographs and objects.
You can submit questions to “Ask a researcher”
You can Listen to a podcast, follow blogs, or receive a monthly newsletter.
Take a virtual visit and find all this at
We have a great opportunity to reinvent our reading room. A new Central Market will be taking over our old space. Our new location will be around the corner in the space that was previously Subway. The goal is to be into the new space by Oct 15th – Oct 30th!
Would you like to share your ideas for this new space? You are invited to attend a meeting Monday, July 10th at 7 PM in the current reading room location to share your ideas.
Check this website for updates as the project makes progress.
The last time a total solar eclipse went solely across the US coast to coast was 1918. So don’t miss it!
: Aug. 21, 2017 11:41 AM When
Where: Principia School Campus in St Louis, MO
(Principia School K-12 is a school uniquely For Christian Scientists.)
What:The day will include a talk by astrophysicist Dr. Doyle, lunch, info booths created and hosted by Upper School students, and your own pair of Principia eclipse glasses.
For more information and to RSVP visit:
Dr Laurence Doyle, astrophysicist, has said “I’ve never heard anyone who saw an eclipse say ‘ Gosh, I’m sorry I saw that”.
Here is a quick list of what you will see:
The Diamond Ring Effect
Prominences and Flares
and Most importantly: The eclipse!
Can’t make it to St Louis?
You can view a talk by Dr. Doyle about the history of solar eclipses at
Dr. Doyle with Principia College Students
Are you impressed with the incredible offerings at Principia, a school uniquely for Christian Scientists, and would like to give to this amazing place?