Sunday-morning and Wednesday-evening Connection Instructions:

We are happy to be meeting in-person for all of our services, but if you cannot join us in-person at this time, you can join through Zoom.

When: Sunday mornings at 10:30 and Wednesday evenings at 7:30. You can “arrive” anytime after 10:15/7:15. Live music will begin around 10:20/7:20.

To join the meeting by computer or smartphone, click this link:
You might be prompted to download and install the Zoom software. Please do that and follow all instructions.
Password/Passcode: 368447 (should not be needed when using the above link)

If you’re having trouble with any aspect of the Zoom audio feed, such as the music, consider following this advice from one of our music/audio experts, Kristin:

To change the settings, once the zoom meeting is open you can click the arrow next to the Mute button.  Choose Audio Settings and a window pops up.  The settings that seem to work for lessons are:
Suppress background noise: Low
Music and Professional Audio:
Select ‘Show in-meeting option”,
Select “High-fidelity”
Select “Echo cancellation”

See for detailed information on Zoom Audio Settings.

To join via telephone:
Meeting ID: 258 863 243
Password/Passcode: 368447 (this will be required once the meeting itself is started)
Long distance charges might apply.

Participating And Testimonies

During testimony periods, once the congregation has been invited to participate, you can do so by unmuting yourself: via phone, dial “*6” and follow the prompts; via computer, use the “Unmute” button or, if someone else is already speaking, please use the “Raise Hand” feature and wait to be recognized.

If you would like to be contacted by someone, just click the email button below and give us your name and either your email address or your phone number and we will contact you.

Our Church…

‘…affords proof of its utility and is found elevating the race, rousing the dormant understanding from material beliefs to the apprehension of spiritual ideas and the demonstration of divine Science, thereby casting out devils, or error, and healing the sick.’

– Science and Health, p. 583