Women of History
Untold stories of women with many different connections to Christian Science.
Read about a pioneer in the field of women’s education.
Learn about the first African American teacher of Christian Science.
Meet a journalist who admired Mary Baker Eddy and became her friend.
Learn about the first Christian Science practitioner and teacher on the U.S. West Coast.
Read the story of an early advocate for young African Americans.
Learn the story of the first woman to run an international newspaper.
Read about one of Eddy’s longest-serving helpers.
Meet the author of seven well-known Christian Science hymns.
Why did this New York journalist move to Boston late in 1906?
Read about this highly esteemed Christian Science Monitor journalist.
Read about a well-known actress who was full of talent—and faith. Audio and video links included.
Meet a celebrated hymn writer who was also South Africa’s first teacher of Christian Science (audio excerpt and reminiscence included).
Meet an Australian suffragist who became a longtime Christian Science healer.
Meet a woman who was instrumental in establishing Christian Science in Japan.
Read about a woman who helped establish the Christian Science movement in Chicago.