If you missed this important event:

The Science of Christianity: Divine Love in Action

An online webinar talk
by Edwina Aubin, CSB


A recording will be available to view below until the end of May, 2023. Enjoy!



To you from the Lecturer, Edwina Aubin, CSB

Science and Christianity might seem to be incompatible, but in fact they underpinned the teachings and healing ministry of Christ Jesus. The Science of Christianity teaches us about God, Love, in a new way—a way that helps us more clearly understand the truth about ourselves and about God. This Science, when applied, helps us to feel God’s presence, sets us free from problems we are facing, and changes our lives and the lives of others for the better.

About the lecturer, Edwina Aubin, CSB:

Looking back over the steps in my Christian development and career, I see there has been great order and progress, stemming from my love of God and desire to help others.

After finishing school, I found myself asking what it was I wanted to do. The answer that came so clearly to me was to help people. This led me to a medically-based healthcare career. I loved working with patients and striving to do the best job I could in that field.

In my late-twenties, I found Christian Science and this opened my understanding to a new view of healthcare. I was a sincere Christian who had been searching for a deeper understanding of God, which had led me to numerous denominations. Early on in my study of Christian Science, I was satisfied it could answer all my questions about God and healing. And it has proved to be so, many years on.

Not long after beginning my study of Christian Science, a new career unexpectedly opened up for me. Although I had none of the usual academic requirements, I began teaching in the field that I had practiced. This took me out of the clinical setting and provided new opportunities to help people, this time predominantly students. This work challenged me to see that true intelligence lies with God alone–not subject to anyone’s level of education or personal sense of ability. I had been a poor student academically and yet I went on to obtain a doctorate even though I was very busy with a large family and working full-time.

My early desire to help others never left and this motive led me to transition to full-time practice as a Christian Science practitioner. Now, as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher, I see how each step in my career has prepared me and taught me about God’s loving care for all of us. This is what I want to share as a Christian Science lecturer.