Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need.
Welcome to the online home of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Claygate and Esher. We are an active community of spiritual seekers and healers. Please join us at our church/reading room at 45 Hare Lane, Claygate, Surrey or join us online, or email our Clerk. Our services take place at 10:30am on Sundays and 8pm on Wednesdays.
Our church building is temporarily closed but our Sunday services at 10.30am and Wednesday meetings at 8pm will continue online and you are warmly invited to join us to find healing, comfort and guidance.
To access services, please click on ‘Join us online’ and scroll down to Zoom.
You can also listen to recordings on Soundcloud in the same area of this website.
Information about our Sunday School and joining its current online classes can also be found by clicking on the tab ‘Young People’
A recording of last Wednesday's meeting is available on the website until Wednesday evening. The topic for the citations from the Bible and Christian Science textbook was 'Our divine home'.
The topic for this week's readings will be 'Man is blessed.' You are warmly invited to join us online for this weekly meeting in which Christian Scientists tell of the healings they have experienced through their study of Christian Science.
This week's Sunday Service: Each week Christian Scientists study one of twenty six subjects covering the basic teachings of Christian Science. They were provided by Mary Baker Eddy, the discoverer and founder of Christian Science. This week’s lesson subject is, 'God the Only Cause and Creator.'
A member writes about how, having been made redundant from her position, she found new purpose and joy, and that she "could trust my Father-Mother to place me where I was most needed. As the Bible reassures us, 'I go to prepare a place for you'. "
Thinking of the tragic events that are happening all over America at the moment it is hard sometimes to feel that, no matter how much you want to help, there is often this niggling thought that says ’how could ‘my little prayer’ reach out and make a difference in such a situation. But as Christian Scientists, we do have to pray to heal anything that seems wrongful or discordant..