We invite you, our friends all over the world, to join us for a free Christian Science talk on April 14th at Third Church, NYC to be given by speaker Nate Frederick, CS.
Nate’s talk will be exploring how to resurrect good for all that is unrewarding in our lives. It will be broadcast online in both English and Spanish. Childcare will be provided for the event.
Organ music begins at 6:45 pm and will be followed at 7:00 pm by a musical performance highlighting the joys of Easter.
Nate will begin his inspirational talk at 7:30 pm.
For those who are able, we hope you will join us in person for the evening of inspiration that Good Friday brings. However, we invite those who cannot attend to watch the online webcast at ThirdChurchNYC.com or listen via conference phone at (310) 372-7549, access code 607611.
Join us online at ThirdChurchNYC.com
Meet our Speaker, Nate Frederick!
Nate Frederick is a full-time Christian Science practitioner, and a member of the Board of Lectureship. He helped launch and produce the 2-minute inspirational messages, Your Daily Lift, and the Time4Thinkers’ weekly musician podcasts. He says, “Without comparison, my greatest love, my greatest joy – my mission – is to transform lives and heal the sick through Christianly Scientific prayer.”
Emilia Horn received a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from New York University. She sang with the Collegiate Chorale and performed such works as Bloch’s Sacred Service, A White House Cantata, Carmina Burana, and The Maid of Orleans. Emilia also performs musical theatre. Favorite roles include Sarah/Kate (Honestly Abe), Kathy/Wedding Signer (Company), Wicked Witch (The Wizard of Oz), and Lady Larken (Once Upon a Mattress).
Samuel Van Wyk is an actor and improvisor originally from Pella, Iowa. He has been singing since he was a child, and has participated in many honor choirs. Favorite roles include Malcolm (Full Monty), Artie (Dumped), and Snoopy (You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown!).
Laura Kroh received a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Florida and studied voice at the Universität Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. Laura sings with MasterVoices, performing at Carnegie Hall such works as Moise et Pharaon (Rossini), Knickerbocker Holiday (Weil), and Mephestofele (Boito). Some of her favorite opera and musical theater roles include Ruth (Pirates of Penzance), Women 1 (Songs for a New World), Lili (Carnival), Frasquita (Carmen), and Gooch (Mame).
Third Church is committed to sharing this healing Easter message to audiences worldwide. Please share this page with a friend so they can join us too. Donations for the evening’s festivities are gratefully accepted. Click here to donate today.
Sincerely, The Members of Third Church of Christ, Scientist, New York City
Thank you for sharing this online – am looking forward to it.
This is a wonderful event that you sponsor. We hope to view it together as a group. But we are 3 hours behind you. Will you replay this program?
Thanks for letting us know.
Hi Sara! The recording should now be on the site. Enjoy!
Shared this webcast with my practitioner, 2 nieces who are both CS’s and my sister who is a CS…
Hi Karen! Thank you for sharing! We hope this lecture brings much hope and healing.
Wonderful lecture and a lovely musical performance! A thoroughly inspirational pre-Easter activity!
Hi Helena! We’re glad you enjoyed it! We hope much healing comes to your life!
I hope you will post a link for replaying this event. I wanted to hear it but was unable to finish work in time. Thank you so much for the many blessings you share with the world! Happy Easter! Xo
Hi Suzy! The stream should now be available on the homepage. A little trimming is being done so if the video seems silent just slide it to where the introduction and music begins.