Highlights from our collections and exhibits, staff blogs, and insights on the history of the Christian Science movement.
See what impact the early Christian Science movement made within the African American community.
Read an 1884 exchange between Mary Baker Eddy and a woman in search of healing.
Meet the people who wrote to Mary Baker Eddy—by looking at their stationery.
Read about a miniature edition of the Christian Science textbook, designed for soldiers.
Learn the story behind this celebrated painting of Mary Baker Eddy’s birthplace.
Read how she looked for a receptive audience in a new setting.
Read about the challenges and triumphs of a WWII reporter on the ground in the Pacific Theater.
Check out the story behind some printing plates from the paper’s first edition.
See how this project helped revitalize The Mother Church and the City of Boston.
Read about three documents from our archive that shed light on the social history of Mary Baker Eddy’s time.
See archival photographs sparking memories from 1990.
Read an exchange in which Eddy mentors one of her students.
Learn about this institution’s early interest in Science and Health.
Read annotated documents related to an 1888 Christmas sermon.
Read about a journalist’s struggles in covering pre-World War II Germany.