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Seventeenth Church of Christ, Scientist in Chicago, Illinois looks forward to welcoming you at our worship services, events, and Christian Science Reading Room.  Located in the heart of downtown along the Chicago River on the corner of Wabash Avenue and Wacker Drive at 55 East Wacker Drive, our church building is open six days a week.  Worship services are held on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday evenings from 6-7pm.   The Christian Science Reading Room is open weekdays, Mon/Tue/Thurs/Fri 10-4pm and Weds 3-6pm.

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A spiritual staycation in the heart of downtown Chicago

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Come and bring a friend! Spiritually align, center your thought and connect on current topics. Stay for one or both presentations by Tony Lobl of London, England.

SATURDAY, APRIL 8
11 am    Prayer that transforms us
3 pm     Mary Baker Eddy’s Legacy: 150 years of practical spirituality

Seventeenth Church of Christ, Scientist
55 East Wacker Drive, Chicago
2nd Floor – Education Level

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“…If you continue in my word, …”

In John 8 of the New King James Version of the Bible, Jesus says “If you continue in my word, you are truly my disciples; and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.” The New English Bible translates “…if you continue in my word” as “…if you abide in the revelation I have brought.” What does it mean to continue in his word, to abide in the revelation? Why is this important? What is the meaning of discipleship? How can we come to know the truth and how does the truth make us free?

Join us Wednesday at 6pm for our mid-week prayer meeting where this subject will be explored in the shared readings.

Loving your life

Shared at a recent Wednesday mid-week prayer meeting here at 17th Church, this testimony has been published by The Christian Science Monitor:

“During lunch one day, a woman at a table near me in the cafeteria went on a tirade about another person’s life. It’s hard to eat hot chicken noodle soup fast, so it was hard to avoid listening to the conversation.”  Read the full article here.