First Church of Christ, Scientist, Springfield, Virginia

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First Church of Christ, Scientist, Springfield, Virginia

We’re glad to be part of the Springfield community, with many activities to support the community’s needs. We invite you to join us. Read on…

Sunday services – 10:30am

We hold Sunday services at the same time each week. The core of the service is the reading of the weekly Bible lesson-sermon, which consists of verses from the Holy Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.  For over 100 years, the spiritual truths of these lesson-sermons have healed, regenerated, and supported those who have heard and studied them.Mary Baker Eddy.  For over 100 years, the spiritual truths of these lesson-sermons have healed, regenerated, and supported those who have heard and studied them.

This week’s topic: Probation After Death

Wednesday testimony meetings – 7:30pm

In addition to the Sunday services, we join together each Wednesday evening to listen to readings and share experiences of God’s healing work in our lives. Come and be uplifted!

Sunday School – 10:30am

We also offer virtual Sunday School classes via ZOOM for students who cannot attend Sunday School in person at 10:30 am – or at times convenient for them.  Please contact our Clerk if you are interested in scheduling virtual Sunday School for your student.

Reading Room: bookstore/library

We offer a public Reading Room where authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed, or purchased. The Reading Room features the Christian Science Monitor— an international weekly news magazine, along with the Christian Science Journal, Christian Science Sentinel, the Herald of Christian Science and other magazines.

The Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures may be purchased in English, Spanish, and several other languages. It is available in hard cover, paperback, and a spiral bound study edition.

Our Reading Room is open Wednesday evenings from 6 to 7 pm and Fridays and Saturdays from 11 am to 3 pm.   

Bible study

Bible Study sessions are suspended during this time. Check back occasionally to see if we’ve resumed.

Public Talks

We occasionally sponsor public talks by Christian Science healers. These free events explain how you can experience healing in your own life.

Our church is enthusiastically preparing to host Giulia Nesi Tetreau, CSB, a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship, for a free public talk at 11 am on Saturday, November 13th, at the George Mason Regional Library, 7001 Little River Turnpike, Annandale, Virginia.

Please note that all Fairfax County Public Libraries, including this one require that masks be worn indoors.

Giulia’s talk, “A Spiritual Revolution: The Quest to Experience God,” will explore how to move forward with hope—not fear or anxiety. Learn how an understanding of God as universal, divine Love can transform your life. Learn how an understanding of God, as universal, divine Love, can transform your life.

Giulia Nesi Tetreau is a spiritual healer and teacher of Christian Science. After spending several years in the mental health field as a psychotherapist, she felt compelled to make a life-changing decision to leave her practice and focus completely on the healing ministry of Christian Science—which she was introduced to through the book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy.

Please check back here for more information on our next public talk.



  • Meetings

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    Camp Scholarships

    First Church of Christ Scientist, Springfield, Virginia, is happy to announce that we are once again offering two scholarships (each in the amount of $500) to students wishing to attend a Christian Science-affiliated summer camp during this calendar year.
    Each of these two scholarships is being made available to any student under the age of 20, who is attending or has attended in the past a Christian Science Sunday School in the Washington, DC, area. Anyone can apply, and no family will be asked to demonstrate a financial need.
    In order to be considered for one of the two scholarships by our selection committee, the applicant must e-mail a cover letter stating their desire to apply for the scholarship and a one-page essay (see below) to the clerk of the Springfield church at no later than May 1st. Should prospective applicants or their parents have any questions, please contact Mrs. Janine Labak, our Sunday School Superintendent, at .