First Church of

Christ, Scientist

887 Concord Street

Framingham, MA 01701


Spiritual healing is for everyone.

Everywhere.  Every day!

Christian Science Reading Room

Your Spiritual Discovery Center


at First Church of Christ, Scientist

887 Concord Street, Framingham MA 01701


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Drop By and Visit

The Christian Science Reading Room is a spiritual discovery center and bookstore for everyone interested in healing through prayer.  It offers a variety of books and magazines in a reading area, a reference library, and online resources.  One of our members is always there to answer your questions and assist you in using all the resources available at the Reading Room.


*    Summer Store Hours:  Tuesday 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. (June – August)


*    Phone:                (508) 872-0442


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*    Directions:        Click here for directions


Schedule an Appointment

Can’t make it during regular store hours?  We’re happy to schedule a time for you to browse, study, or talk one-on-one.  Just call or send us an e-mail with your contact information and your preferred date(s) and time(s).  We’ll respond as quickly as we can to accommodate your schedule.


Reading Room Products

The Christian Science Reading Room offers products for sale specially selected to further your spiritual growth and study of Christian Science, including the best-selling book on healing through prayer Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.



The Christian Science Reading Room features a computer resource area with a subscription to the JSH-Online service of The Christian Science Journal, Sentinel, and Herald including digital editions of the print magazines, Web original articles, blogs, and podcasts, over 30,000 minutes of Sentinel Radio and audio chats, and a searchable archive going back to 1883.