Christian Science Churches,
Societies, Sunday Schools,
and Reading Rooms in Louisiana:

First Church of Christ, Scientist
Alexandria, 1734 Albert St.

First Church of Christ, Scientist
Baton Rouge, 601 Park Blvd.

First Church of Christ, Scientist
Covington, 129 E. 23rd St.

Christian Science Society
Lafayette, 104 Acadian Dr. (at S. College)

Christian Science Society
Lake Charles, 701 Kirby St.

First Church of Christ, Scientist
New Orleans (Uptown), 1434 Nashville Ave.
Reading Room, 7624-A Maple St.

Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist
New Orleans (Lakeview), 134 Polk Ave.

First Church of Christ, Scientist
Shreveport, 3424 Line Ave.

Christian Science Society
Slidell, 1171 Kaycee Dr.



Christian Science Practitioners
in Louisiana:

Christopher, Patti (Metairie) 504-259-7464
patticc530@cox.net

Fullington, Carlyn (Iowa) 337-853-4930
fullbac@outlook.com

Thibaut, Virginia Valerie (Covington)
985-807-5020
vthibaut@gmail.com

Wittich, Kit (Covington) 985-898-3593

Christian Science Committee on Publication for Louisiana:
Gayle Joseph
6346 Belle Grove Avenue
Baton Rouge, LA  70820
Email: louisiana@compub.org
Phone:  225-268-0217
Facebook:  Christian Science Committee on Publication for Louisiana

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