All are invited to a conference call to be held Friday, July 14th
at noon for a discussion on deepening metaphysical prayer.
The call in number is 641-552-9364 and
the access code is 373788#.
Please join us!
“What is needed, then, is to rekindle individually that fundamental spark of spiritual vitality. Then because one is so imbued with infectious delight with what one is discovering of spiritual reality, the spark ignites and the flame of spiritual purpose grows in our daily life. A great desire to share this holy glow with others impels thought and action. This cannot help resulting in a vibrant, dynamic church that is an irresistible attraction to others, because it is alive with the Christ-spirit of sharing and real love.” Increasing spirituality—growing church by Jill Gooding June 1989 issue of The Christian Science Journal.
All (church & non-church members) are invited to join the conference and prepare by reading the above wonderful article with the idea of deepening our metaphysics for the church and Reading Room in mind.
The 2nd Mets Conference Call will be Monday, July 31st at 7 pm
to continue the discussion and consider the revelation, reason and demonstration of spiritual growth.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Austin, Texas
Reading Room Metaphysical Committee
A simple video of Laura Lapointe’s expectations when giving a lecture:
The Austin area Christian Science churches invite you to join them for Easter Sunday services on April 5th
Austin (downtown) 11 am – 1309 Guadalupe
(First Church Austin)
Austin (Bee Cave) 9:30 am – 3575 RR 620 South
(Third Church Austin)
Lago Vista 10 am – 19807 Boggy Ford Road
In addition to conducting a panel discussion at SXSW this year, The Christian Science Monitor’s new section in digital privacy and security, Passcode, is hosting three events that can be accessed without a SXSW badge:
Sunday, March 15 –
Passcode Conversation on Cybersecurity and Privacy™ Next Frontiers
In partnership with the Center for Identity at the University of Texas, Passcode’s editors interview DARPA’s Kan Kaufman and the Center for Democracy and Technology’s Nuala O’Connor at Uncle Julio’s in downtown Austin from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Limited seating is available and you must make a reservation through this link:
Monday, March 16 –
Steak, Eggs and Cybersecurity: A Passcode Conversation
In partnership with the Center for Identity at the University of Texas, Passcode will host a breakfast featuring three top cybersecurity practitioners plus Daniel Weitzner, the head of MIT’s world-renowned cybersecurity research group at Fogo de Chao in downtown from 8:30 to 10 a.m. Food and clear, smart discussion are free, but seating is limited. You must make a reservation through this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/steak-eggs-and-cybersecurity-a-passcode-conversation-tickets- 16019728439
Monday, March 16 —
Rebels Without a Clause: Rethinking Terms of Service at SXSW
Passcode Editor Mike Farrell moderates a discussion on the “data dilemma” facing companies and consumers over use of consumer information. Event is 2:00-3:00 p.m. at German Haus, and hosted by OpenExchange, German Haus and Passcode. Seating is limited and you must make a reservation through this link:
The Principia Club of Austin invites you, your family, and friends to our annual Christmas Sing as we jingle and mingle in celebration of the season.
Sunday, December 21, 2014
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Reading Room
102 Trinity Street
Austin, TX 78701
Snacks and drinks will be provided.
Please bring cookies to share, if you would like.
All are welcome!
Due to limited parking, please park at First Church,
and carpool to the Reading Room.
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iACT Interfaith Thanksgiving Service & Celebration
When: Sunday, November 23, 2014 – 3:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Where: Mt. Zion Baptist Church – 2938 E 13th St, Austin, TX 78702
You are invited to share in iACT’s 30th Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service and Celebration at 3:00 PM on
Sunday, November 23, 2014 at Mt. Zion Baptist Church,
located at 2938 E. 13th St, Austin, TX 78702.
A reception will follow the service. We encourage you to bring your favorite dish, labeled for those with dietary restrictions, and share in the warmth of community.
Ample free Sunday parking is available on site at the church.
Free, family-friendly, all are welcome!