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Event replay: How to make a change for the better

Have you asked yourself who you really are? Or why you are here? Can you really find peace and happiness? Do you need a change for the better? If so, do you know what is needed to achieve these changes? Speaker Janet Hegarty left uncertainty behind after finding a spiritual basis for joy.  When her mother-in-law gave her a special book, Janet began to see herself in a whole new way. “Never before had I encountered the idea of God as pure goodness,” she said.

Online event: Mental illness — finding spiritual healing

Looking beyond the brain to find our connectivity with the divine Mind, God, brings healing to mental problems. One of the interesting developments in the mental healthcare field in the last few decades has been the greater openness by healthcare providers to spiritual solutions. This includes the role of effective prayer in healing. Instead of focusing on the condition, they are increasingly looking at each individual and asking, “What inner resources does this person have to build on?” You'll hear several program guests explain how they

Event: Making meaningful change: How God’s love can change your life and the world

Williamsburg Regional Library 515 Scotland Street, Williamsburg, Virginia

We live in a world where millions of people are striving to make change for the better. So, in a world seeking positive change, how do we make sure that such change actually happens? Speaker Mark McCurties says, “We all have a natural desire to improve ourselves and the world around us. In my own life I’ve found that letting God, divine Love, guide and direct my efforts brings permanent and meaningful results.” You may attend this talk in-person. It will also be live-streamed, at

Event: Never too late to experience freedom

First Church of Christ, Scientist (Arlington) 890 North McKinley Road, Arlington, VA

It’s never too late to experience freedom!

This talk by Patricia Woodard, a Christian Science practitioner and speaker, explores the provable relevance of Christ Jesus’s teachings today.

Ms. Woodard explains the freedom from chronic illness and other struggles that Christian Science discoverer Mary Baker Eddy found though an improved understanding of Jesus’s teachings.

This talk explains a view of God and the universe that will uplift your thought and change your perspective to a spiritual viewpoint that naturally heals.