This season, we will focus on universal good, present out of the box concepts of God and our relationship to Him, and explore the spiritual laws behind Christ Jesus’ works and their practical application today. All speakers are members of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship,
Our third speaker this season is Phillip Hockley, CS of Chesterfield, Missouri. Phillip will share how the perspective of God and reality that Christian Science opens up is one that offers freedom from whatever in our lives seems painful, debilitating, or limiting. You will learn how Mary Baker Eddy’s discovery in the nineteenth century is still relevant to our lives today because of what it reveals about God’s great love for each of us and its powerful, life-transforming effects.
This lecture was given on Thursday, November 7, 2019, in the Portland State University Native American Student and Community Center, Portland, Oregon.
In this lecture, Melanie Wahlberg, CS, explores God as Spirit, Love, and Mind, rather than as a man-like figure making arbitrary decisions. She explains how this divine Mind is an active presence of good in our lives.
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PSU Native American Student and Community Center
710 SW Jackson St • Portland OR 97201
Please be aware that on-street parking in this area varies as to end time; some streets it's 7pm, others it is later. There is a surface parking lot across from the Center as well as a parking garage two blocks away between SW Harrison St and SW Hall with the entrance on SW 6th. Parking lot/garage cost is approx $4/hour; 3 hours is $14
710 SW Jackson St, Portland, at the corner of SW Broadway and Jackson