The first Committee on Publication for the Christian Science Church was established in 1898 in Boston, USA, to deal with malicious attacks and misrepresentations on the Church, its founder, members and beliefs.

The first Committee on Publication for London, Frederick Dixon, was appointed in 1907. Two years later he took on the additional responsibility of District Manager for ‘Great Britain and Ireland’, a post he held until until mid-1914, when Scotsman Charles Tennant took over.

The current District Manager is Robin Harragin Hussey, who took office in October, 2016.

Christian Scientists and respect for the rights of others

The following was posted on the Committee on Publication page on Christian Science.com in response to the imposition that Christian Scientists would impose their beliefs on others. Like people of many faiths, Christian Scientists take the Golden Rule as basic ethics. It guides our relations with society, and while we can’t claim to have been […]

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Love that lifts us up: A Christian Science perspective on Grenfell Tower

This article was originally published as the June 21 Christian Science Monitor “Christian Science perspective” feature. JUNE 21, 2017 —My church is in the London borough where a tower block housing many of the community’s poorest people went up in flames recently. It happened so quickly that dozens lost their lives. When I heard the breaking […]

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Unity in the face of terror

This article was originally published in the 9 July 2017 Christian Science Monitor Daily, Christian Science Perspective feature “Unity in the face of terror“. In a Spanish castle that was historically a point of contention between Christians and Muslims, contributor Robin Harragin Hussey found this quote attributed to the Quran: “Two religions, one God.” This […]

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