Christian Science Church Bradenton CS Church.

This is the webpage of

First Church of Christ, Scientist Bradenton, Florida

702 15th St. W, Bradenton, FL 34205 USA

a branch church of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, MA

Sunday services and Sunday School 10:30 am - Wednesday Testimony Meetings 7:30 pm

Reading Room (located in the church edifice) Mondays and Saturdays 10 -12 am and by appointment, call 941-355-8005

Phone: 941-746-9367 email:

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church from across the street Interior of church auditorium. Sunday School

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US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD: 1. view from across the Severn River, 2. the USNA chapel, 3. Adm. Farragut exhibit.

USNA accross the Severn River USNA Chapel USNA Museum display

Church news (12/5/2016):

The Bible Lesson this week is "God the Only Cause and Creator" It is one of 26 Lesson topics covered twice a year. These lessons are prepared by the Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, MA. They are read in Sunday Services at all Christian Science branch churches around the world. They consist of citations from the Bible and from our denominational textbook, "Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.

Thoughts for today:

The Bible: "...O Man, greatly beloved, fear not: peace be unto thee, be strong yea, be strong." Daniel 10:19 (KJV)

Science and Health: "The understanding, even in a degree, of the divine All-power destroys fear, and plants the feet in the true path, -- the path which leads to the house built without hands, 'eternal in the heavens.'" p. 454: 5-9