“May this dear little church
nestled so near my heart and
native hills be steadfast in Christ,
always abounding in love and
good works, having unfaltering
faith in the prophecies, promises
and proofs of Holy Writ.”
The First Church of Christ,
Scientist and Miscellany 155:4-7
and new Preservation information
(check out links under Preservation heading)
To download the December, 2014 Preservation Letter in pdf format click here:
Tallwood House is celebrating two years of love and service to
Christian Scientists, their families, and friends in New England!
23 Rundlett Street, Concord, NH 03301 – 603-848-2904
The Concord church was a gift from Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, to the Concord community, near to her birthplace in Bow, New Hampshire.
Because of the generous gifts from Mrs. Eddy herself and many Christian Scientists throughout the United States, when it was dedicated in 1904, it was debt free.
The church is located at the corner of North State Street and School Street. The address for mail is 33 School Street, Concord, NH 03301. To leave a message at the clerk’s office call 603-224-0818. Tours of the edifice are available upon request both after services and/or by calling the Reading Room for an appointment between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM, Monday — Friday at 603-224-0212.
Sunday Services 10:30
Sunday services are taken from weekly Bible Lessons from the Christian Science Quarterly. These include readings from The Bible and from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy, who ordained these two books as pastor.
Wednesday Evening Testimony Meetings 7:00
The Wednesday evening meetings begin with a hymn and readings from The Bible and Science and Health on an inspiring and often timely issue or need in the community or the world. Following the readings, the congregation is invited to share experiences of spiritual healing or insight gained from study and daily prayer.
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