The BA Community / The Residences at 910

Chapel Improvements Complete

The next time you visit the Chapel at the Benevolent Association, take a minute to look around. Notice anything different? You might not see the improvements right away, but you will feel them! A new HVAC (heating, ventilation, a...

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Wildlife at the BA

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Gardening at the BA

The love of gardening continues with our volunteers, residents, and staff who work on the campus in our community gardens.

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A gift to all who come to the Benevolent Association

This treasured portrait of Mary Baker Eddy is one of two painted by Margaret F. Richardson in 1922 for the Christian Science Board of Directors. The portrait was based on a photograph taken in April 1886 by H. G. Smith. In 1936 th

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Podcast interview with Whitney Wyndham about Birding at the BA

Whitney Wyndham discusses her deep interest in and enthusiasm for bird watching on the BA campus and bringing inspiration from nature to her practice of Christian Science nursing.

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National Volunteer Month 2021

Sue Holzberlien

Sue Holzberlein talks about her 24 years of volunteering at the BA

“If people knew how wonderful volunteering is, you would have so many volunteers you wouldn’t know what to do with them.” That’s what Sue Holzberlein, who...

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May you have a peaceful and blessed Thanksgiving

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Join our healing mission today!

Traveling Nurse taking a call
  Serve the Cause of Christian Science in the Boston area! Join our energetic and dynamic team of dedicated Christian Scientists at the BA. Click the links below to learn more.  Immediate Openings for… Executive Assista...

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The Big Chiller Project

New Chiller
When the air conditioning system in the Christian Science Nursing Building failed during the hottest days of last summer, we were confident that divine Love would lead the way to a resolution. All the way from installing temporary...

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“A symbol of shelter, protection, and refuge…”

Hisorical Drawing of BA OB
“Imagine yourself traveling on a ship across the ocean 400 years ago. The voyage has been long and treacherous, the waves have endlessly tossed you about, and the storm is daunting. And then you see it – a single tree on a hil...

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