Plans for Annual Meeting 2013
Next year, the best seats for Annual Meeting won’t be in The Mother Church. That’s right; next year everyone around the world can have front-row seats when they watch Annual Meeting live on the Internet.
Instead of gathering in Boston in June, members and friends are invited to join the Officers of The Mother Church for Annual Meeting 2013—webcast live from the Directors’ Boardroom in the Publishing House. There will be updates from Church departments, video reports from the field, and even live greetings from a few gatherings around the globe via Skype.
So mark your calendar—June 3 at 1 p.m. Boston time—and reserve your seat now—in front of your home computer, or with fellow church members in your Reading Room, or in a community venue for a larger audience.
We’re looking forward to being together with you on the Internet (on this webpage) in June.
The Christian Science Board of Directors
Note: Because there will be no gathering in Boston on June 3 for Annual Meeting, there are also no special events planned in Boston for that weekend. (See Church Manual, Article XIII, Section 1.) If you have any questions, please email AnnualMeeting@christianscience.com.
You can also read an earlier message from the Christian Science Board of Directors about a new direction for 2013. It is in the Church Alive section of this website.
Replay of Annual Meeting 2012, June 4, 2012
The theme is “Christ calling us together.”* Take a look at Annual Meeting music.
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Replays of other events are available at this link.
Here are some short videos which include further reports from the Field as well as messages from the Board and / or the Clerk.
* “Our unity with churches of other denominations must rest on the spirit of Christ calling us together. It cannot come from any other source” (Pulpit and Press, p. 21).