Online or Phone

"Space is no separator of hearts."

- Mary Baker Eddy, 
Miscellaneous Writings, page 150:10

Justin Blackburn joins us on Zoom on Sunday, leading us during the hymns and singing lovely solos with guitar accompaniment. To hear some of Justin's solos, visit our FaceBook page, or scroll down to a "FaceBook Widget" on the bottom of our homepage.

If you arrive early on Sunday, you might hear a lovely harp prelude by our music director, Jacques Weaver!

Our Sunday School students are meeting online. It’s a wonderful opportunity to spend some extra time with Bible stories. We love this diorama of "David and Goliath" shared by Tyler. Did you notice that it includes some spiritual concepts about the “five smooth stones” which we can use in praying about COVID-19? 

Due to our local stay-at-home directive, we are conducting “virtual church” on Zoom. If you would like to join us online or by phone, email:

Our 4th Church Sunday Service and Sunday School (online or by phone) begins at 10:30 am CST.

Our noon CST Wednesday Service (online or by phone) includes inspired readings and testimonies. You will find each week’s selections from the Bible and Science and Health below.

(Earlier readings are available in our online archive.)

Self - February 3, 2021

Signs - February 10, 2021

Proof - February 17, 2021

Courageousness - February 24, 2021

Rejoicing - March 3, 2021

Parable - March 10, 2021

Example - March 17, 2021

Comforting - March 24, 2021

Purpose - March 31, 2021

Purity - April 7, 2021

I AM - April 14, 2021

Hypocrisy - April 21, 2021

Law - April 28, 2021

 Woman Mother - May 5, 2021

Contributions can be made by mailing a check to:

Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist

134 Polk Avenue

New Orleans, LA 70124

"All in all, 4th Church has fulfilled and sustained my original expectation of Wednesday Evening Meetings as described in Miscellany (pages 79-82). You all don’t waste a minute in praise and worship as we all share our blessings and questions, insights, and epiphanies by God’s grace for God’s glory and this highest good of all concerned." - Diane Novak