Peace Haven is an active expression of divine Love meeting the human need by providing Christian Science nursing care for those wholly relying on Christian Science for healing.
Peace Haven is an active expression of divine Love meeting the human need by providing
Christian Science nursing care for those wholly relying on Christian Science for healing.
You’re invited! Christian Science community members are invited to hear Bible-based insights on citations from the Christian Science Bible Lesson offered by Kathy Merrill, Manager of Inspirational Programs at Peace Haven. We are delighted to offer conference call participation.
Click here for details on joining our Weekly Bible Study Program.
Click here for inspirational talks given at Peace Haven as well as other metaphysical resources.
Peace Haven hosts a number of events throughout the year: inspirational talks, annual meeting, Comfort's Art Seminars, Weekly Bible Programs and Christian Science Nurses Training. Click here to see a listing of events. To be added to our mailing list, scroll down to the bottom of the page and add your name and email to the Stay Connected section.
Peace Haven's New Building Project June 2020 Online Presentation
Welcome! Peace Haven provides Christian Science nursing services for both in-patient and out-patient care. We also offer a Visiting Christian Science Nurse Service. Peace Haven Association was founded in response to the consecrated and prayerful work of a number of Christian Scientists living in or near St. Louis who saw the need to provide the comfort and protection of a facility for those temporarily in need of Christian Science nursing care.
We are so grateful for the dedicated support of our community and many more that enabled us to reach our 2020 Fall Appeal goal. Thank you!
View latest updates and information on the new building project, including interviews and pictures from our live webcam.
Peace Haven’s 2020 Annual Theme is “Built on the Rock!” This Rock of God’s Truth is the foundation of Christian Science nursing. Mary Baker Eddy included this Rock in the purpose of her Church in 1892 when she reorganized it as The Mother Church, The First Church of, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts.