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Chestnut Hill Benevolent Association, affectionately known as the BA, offers Christian Science nursing services, Christian Science Nurses Training, senior residential living, and Rest & Study for Christian Scientists

New Video: Summertime inspiration and God’s creatures
Enjoy a special video highlighting God’s harmonious creation evident here on the BA campus. Watch for the robin’s nest and a few nature closeups  provided by Christian Science nurse Whitney Wyndham. 
[Audio] Healing testimony: “There was always joy.”
Sylvia Danskin and her husband Keith share their remarkable healing experience: “I came to the BA not being able to function…I don’t even think I was able to speak much….I was tended to tenderly, and lovingly.” 

“I wanted to grow spiritually in Christian Science…”
Gladys Njoroge shares her gratitude for Christian Science nurses training at the BA. She talks with Monty Haas and explains: “the training is teaching me how to give proper care in an efficient, gentle, and kind manner—having compassion.”
Bringing a prayerful approach to Monitor Forum
  A former writer for The Christian Science Monitor, Ross Atkin, brings a fresh perspective to current issues during his monthly Monitor Forum discussions with our residents.  Hear Ross talk about his appreciation for Monitor journalism — and how it helps give prayerful thought and attention to world issues.
Video: “Demonstrating your love for God and man…”
“Christian Science nursing provides an opportunity to demonstrate your love for God and man in a joyous, practical, and spiritually fulfilling service.” This short video takes you on a tour of the Training School— showing classes and mentored instruction in action…