The Mary Baker Eddy Library celebrates 100 years of Christian Scientists in military chaplaincy.
The Library’s latest exhibit explores events of 50 years ago—and today—from the journalistic perspective of The Christian Science Monitor. Topics include civil rights, poverty, sexism, technology, environment.
In fall 2015 the Library joined together with the Boston youth arts organization Artists for Humanity, to create a public art piece on the theme of community outreach and partnership. The result is “Branch Out.”
When the Christian Science Publishing Society constructed a new headquarters at the height of the Great Depression, this building housed massive printing and bindery equipment to produce The Christian Science Monitor and other Christian Science periodicals on-site.