C.S. Lectures

“Meaningful Change: For Ourselves And The World” A CS Lecture 1/15/22 in Traverse City

If you would like to stream it now…https://youtu.be/9_83obp0mRA. Mark McCurties gave a lovely, inspiring talk with many new ideas. It was a healing event and it continues to bless all who turn it. I hope you will!

Saturday, January 15 11:00am Lecture by Mark McCurties (A New Year’s message) “Meaningful Change: For Ourselves And The World” Delamar Hotel – 615 E Front St, Traverse City, MI 49686

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The How and Why and Wonder of Spiritual Healing – a talk in Traverse City

beth-packerThe How and Why and Wonder of Spiritual Healing – a talk in Traverse City by international speaker and Christian Science Healer Beth Packer, CS from New South Wales Australia.  https://www.christianscience.com/lecturers/beth-packer

Tuesday, October 16 at 7:30 pm

The City Opera House

106 E. Front Street

Traverse City, MI 49684

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Conflict Resolution ~ A Spiritual Approach A talk on October 10, 2017

Explore how prayer can resolve conflict.  John Tyler is a former labor union organizer with degrees from Princeton University and the Institute d’Etudes Politique.  Teaching political science at Princeton and the University of Pittsburgh prior to becoming a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science healing.  He now travels internationally talking about prayer as a way to promote health and peace in people’s lives.

Traverse City First Church of Christ Scientist is hosting this inspiring talk by John Tyler of Pittsburgh, PN on Tuesday night October 10, 2017 at 7:30 pm at the Opera House (106 East Front Street, Traverse City).  For more information: 231.947.6293  http://www.tccschurch.org

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Never Alone:  how spiritual ideas work in us

The Charlevoix Library hosted a Christian Science Lecture July 24, 2017 by Melanie Wahlberg, CSB*  sponsored by the Petoskey Church.  It was called “Never Alone:  how spiritual ideas work in us.”  She explains…


“Two influences on me that I’ll never forget were the Christian Science Sunday School and a mom who turned to prayer and encouraged me to do the same.  These influences showed me something of the reliability of God and spiritual inspiration, and trusting this helped me find my way growing up.  Significant healing experiences with relationship and food issues, and violence in the community, were also unforgettable.  From this, I got an idea of the many ways that Christian Science can transform lives.

After finishing a doctorate in mathematics, I became a college professor and truly enjoyed teaching.  I found that teaching was less about telling students something than facilitating the students’ discoveries of new concepts.  There was nothing better than witnessing a reluctant student realize that a previously mystifying concept was actually within reach to anyone.

But the higher promise of Christian Science beckoned me to help people redeem and uplift their lives in a fuller way.  When students came to my office for help with calculus, we often found ourselves talking about the joy and excitement of growing spirituality.  After just two years at the college, I resigned from my position and began accepting calls as a Christian Science practitioner. I wrote articles for the Christian Science periodicals, was a frequent guest on Sentinel radio, and began advertising my practice in The Christian Science Journal in 2004. My husband and I also started a family.

These days I love working from my home office in the Los Angeles area.  I like to see lives transformed by the healing ideas of Christian Science, where we ourselves are helped and, at the same time, find we can help others.  My life as a mom has a lot of the same focus.  And whether the spiritual ideas apply to health issues, school, social lives, or sports, my three teenagers push me to “keep it real.”



*CSB : Melanie is a Christian Science Practitioner and Teacher .  She lives in the Los Angeles area.  http://www.christianscience.com/lecturers/melanie-wahlberg

For more information on Christian Science Lectures, to see the upcoming schedule, or to listen to one online, see http://www.christianscience.com/christian-healing-today/lectures-online

We want to thank the FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, PETOSKEY, MI  for bringing Ms. Wahlberg to Charlevoix, and the camp participants from Camps Leelanau and Kohana for joining us as well (http://www.leelanau-kohahna.org/).

There is a lecture this October coming up…