Wondering “WHAT IS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE?” – try our FAQ page.
• Ask about Christian Science
• Spend time in Bible study,
• Read inspirational materials
• Verified accounts of healing
702 W. Douglas • 316-262-7864
Delano District next to Pizza Hut
Read or purchase the Christian Science Monitor at Wichita's Christian Science Reading Room or spend time at CSMonitor.com
The Christian Science Sentinel Magazine is available to purchase or read in our library archiving healing issues since 1887.
The Christian Science Sentinel Radio Program, sharing a similar focus, is broadcast each Sunday morning on B98 FM at 7:30am and again on KNSS 1430 AM at 8:30 and can be listened to any time in the Reading Room. The current week's program can be heard online at http://christianscience.com/prayer-and-health/inspirational-media/jsh-online-audio
The El Heraldo Magazine and other Spanish language publications can be read online or purchased in the Reading Room.
The El Heraldo Radio Program can be heard online at http://christianscience.com/spanish/prayer-and-health/heraldo-edicion-radial
Healing as taught and demonstrated by Christ Jesus may be explored in our Reading Room at 702 W. Douglas.
All are welcome to visit and use or purchase Bible study resources and publications on Christian Science. Reading Room hours are 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The Wichita City Bus #10 West Central Route goes right in front of the Reading Room every half hour - stopping if a passenger requests.
A Christian Science Reading Room is a place to find out about Christian Science; a place for quiet Bible Study; a place for inspiration; a place to purchase Bibles, Bible study aides, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures and other writings by Mary Baker Eddy, inspirational books, music, and more.
Visitors regularly comment that it is warm and welcoming. We hope you will come in and see what it is about.
Each Tuesday at 1 pm you are invited to join in listening to a Q&A formatted program offering spiritual inspiration on a given topic. You are welcome to bring your lunch.
For more information, visit ChristianScience.com. We also recommend this inspirational Daily Lift.