is an important part of Christian Science services. The congregation
sings from the Christian Science Hymnal (1932) and
the Christian Science Hymnal Supplement (2008). The
services are accompanied by a three manual Ahlborn-Galanti
Praeludium III digital organ equipped with a ProteusFX sound
module and a 5' 3" Yamaha GC1 piano.
distinctive feature of Christian Science churches is the solo
that is chosen to highlight some aspect of each week's Bible
styles vary from classical to contemporary. Chorale preludes
based on the hymns sung in the services are often presented
as part of the prelude music.
is welcome to arrive early for the prelude music and join with
others in prayerful preparation for the services.
Richardson • Organist: Kirk Kryvenchuk