Ever wondered if there was more to life than what you were experiencing?

Have you looked into different spiritual practices/healing methods?

Are you wanting more than just to hear about God?

Giulia has spent her entire career in the healthcare field. She is a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science and former psychotherapist. She will explain how experiencing God brings healing to our lives and is possible for anyone, anytime, anywhere. Giulia enjoys talking with people about their spiritual journey and sharing the profound insights contained in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.
She’s been on the faculty of Harvard Medical School’s symposium Spirituality & Healing in Medicine, managed a special project established to respond to the growing interest from healthcare professionals in Christian Science, and has lectured widely to both professional healthcare audiences and the general public.

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Giulia inspiring us and helping us understand what it means to “experience” God.




Toward the conclusion of the talk, many in this large group had questions and the interchanges were quite thoughtful.



 Giulia here answering many questions.

What an eyeopening

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From the North:
Take 93 South to Exit 14. Take a right at the bottom of the ramp onto Loudon Road/Centre Street. Turn left onto N. Main Street at the first large intersection. Proceed down Main Street approximately ½ mile. The theater is on your left, after Pleasant Street. Parking details below.

From the South:

Take 93 North to Exit 13. Take a left at the end of the ramp, cross under the highway and continue north on Main Street. The theater is approximately 1 mile north, on your right-hand side. Parking details below.

From the West:
Take 89 South to the Concord exit (the end of 89), onto 93 North and follow directions above for “From the South.”

From the East:
Take Route 4 West onto I-393 toward Concord. I-393 ends at North Main Street. Turn left, go approximately 1 ½ miles down Main Street. The theater will be on your left just after the Pleasant Street traffic light.

FREE PARKING GARAGE Mon – Fri after 5:00

The 510-space municipal parking garage is on Storrs Street, just behind the theater. Storrs Street runs parallel to Main Street, on its eastern side. Red River Theatres’ entrance can be accessed from the parking garage.

To reach Storrs Street coming from the south end of Main Street, turn right onto Storrs Street at the intersection shortly after the Dunkin Donuts, about ¼ mile before the theater. The parking garage will be on your left, across from the shopping plaza.

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Pleasant View home on Pleasant Street, Concord, 

the home of Mary Baker Eddy from 1892-1908.


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[Press Release] LEARN TO PRAY AND HEAL: A Spiritual Adventure 
Interested in learning how to pray effectively? Then this is the talk for you! Nate Frederick will be sharing some of his best experiences, insights, and tips on how to heal mind and body. His live lecture “Learn to pray and heal” explores faith that isn’t blind, how to understand God as Love itself and how to express Love unselfishly.

Nate’s talk is inspired by the Bible-based healing principles discovered by Mary Baker Eddy and set down in her breakthrough book Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. Everyone is welcome to attend this free one-hour talk on Tuesday, June 21, at 7:00 PM at the Red River Theatres, 11 South Main Street, Concord, NH.  

Nate studied perennial religion at Hampshire College where he was introduced to Christian Science healing. After traveling the world for a year and hiking extensively in the Himalayas, Nate came to Boston in 2008 to work for his church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist.  Since then, he has served in many capacities, including launching and producing the award-winning Daily Lift podcast and Time4Thinkers’ Weekly Musician. Nate has shared the Good News at jails, rehab centers and interfaith-events. He’s also been widely involved in composing, producing and performing Christian music.

Nate’s many hobbies include adventuring in the outdoors and writing songs, but he says, “Without comparison, my greatest love, my greatest joy— my mission — is to transform lives and heal the sick through Christianly Scientific prayer.” Nate has seen everything from broken hearts to broken bones and cancer healed through prayer alone.

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For any questions, please contact the Christian Science Reading Room, a spiritual resource center, between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday and 10-1 on Saturday, at 224-0212 or come in a visit at 34 North Main Street in downtown Concord.

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