Giulia Tesa Tetreau
About our speaker
This lecture was sponsored by
First Church of Christ, Scientist in Rochester, NY.
Giulia Nesi Tetreau, CSB
I’ve always loved people—their life stories, their struggles, their successes. I regularly meet individuals actively cultivating their spiritual life. And I love sharing Science and Health with them!
I see much of my own journey in these seekers. A few years into my career in the mental health field, despite having achieved professional success, I felt empty inside. I had everything I’d been taught would make me happy but instead was dissatisfied and restless, yearning for something deeper. That’s when I was introduced to Christian Science through Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by religious reformer, Mary Baker Eddy. In it, I found a shared sacred space with the author and experienced a profound sense of coming home.
Some years later, I was compelled to leave my psychotherapy practice to focus completely on my Christian Science healing practice. It was an imperative demand from within me—I had to be true to myself. “His word is in my heart like a fire…I am weary of holding it in.”* I needed to practice in the way I understood would be most helpful.
Since then, sharing the revolutionary message contained in the pages of Science and Health has been the cornerstone of my life. I helped oversee the worldwide activity of bringing the book to a wider public audience. I also managed a special project established to respond to the growing interest from healthcare professionals in learning more about Christian Science. I've lectured to the public in a variety of settings and venues, from prisons to professional healthcare audiences and everything in between. I love all of it!
During these talks, you will hear about a book,
Science and Health With Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.
Copies are available in our Reading Room located at
179 Monroe Avenue. Please call with any questions: 585-435-4940
Are prayer and healing for you? Yes, even if you have no experience with spirituality or religion, or you’re not even sure what you think about God, you can still pray and be healed. Because prayer and healing are natural to us. Your willingness to shift perspectives, to see things in a new, more spiritual way, has an effect — for anyone.