PLEASE NOTE: we are currently holding our  Church services online, rather than in our Church building due to recent government guidelines. We are meeting and praying actively online and hope to re-open for in-person services again very soon. 

Our services, testimony meetings and Sunday School can all be accessed  online. Do  join us. For more information please click here.


Welcome to the Christian Science Church based in Richmond-upon-Thames, Greater London also known as First Church of Christ, Scientist, Richmond.

We trust wholeheartedly in a God who is all good and all loving.

We meet to share and support each other in our love of God and to hear, pray and share experiences directly related to our practice of Christian Science.

There are a wealth of spiritual resources for praying about current world issues such as the pandemic and racism. Here is a link to some of them on Christianscience.com.

As we are currently meeting online, you may be interested in accessing some other online resources or chatting with us via our facebook page. Please do like the page and connect with us there as well as joining our online services.

To watch recent inspirational online UK lectures and other events from the online reading room, check out their page here.

Other online lectures around the world can be viewed here.


In normal circumstances, you can come and visit us at our Reading Room (a spiritual bookshop and study space available on Thursdays 11am-2pm and Saturdays 10am-1pm or by appointment), attend a lecture or come to a Sunday or Wednesday service in our church building.

Young people and children up to the age of 20 are also always welcome at our Sunday School, (also available online at the moment!) where they learn about their God given freedom as children of God, all good, explore and get to know the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, and how to apply its teachings and the underlying spiritual law of harmony to their lives.

Photos on the Header and in our website are by Stuart Saul, whose book ‘A Portrait of Richmond” is available to buy in bookshops and online.