Christian Science Joint Media Committee 
of Southern California


Christian Science Churches in Southern California are supporting those seeking comfort and healing . . .

The Christian Science Joint Media Committee is an important arm of the Christian Science branch churches and societies of Southern California. The Committee supports and facilitates activities that individual churches would not be able to maintain on their own. The Committee relies on contributions from all of the  branches and societies to fund these activities, and representatives from these groups serve on the Committee. Find out more.

24-hour Phone Line

(323) 543-8600


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The Joint Media Committee hosts a 24-hour phone line.  Call day or night to hear the current week's Bible Lesson. You may listen to the complete lesson, which takes about 30 minutes.  If you're on the go, you may opt to listen to the introduction or individual sections. You may also listen to the Daily Lift, Sentinel Radio Program and El Heraldo Spanish Program. 


Sentinel Watch
& El Heraldo Programs

Local broadcasts of Sentinel Watch and El Heraldo are sponsored by the Joint Media Committee each Sunday morning.  Tune in and listen to inspiring interviews and testimonies from people who rely on God for comfort and healing.


  • Sentinel Watch Listen to the current week's program via radio, internet and phone. Find out more. 
  • El Heraldo Radio Broadcast (in Spanish)


    KFWB 980 AM, a las 6:30 a.m. - Southern California,  

    KEBT 96.9 FM, 7:00 a.m. - (haga click en "Escucha La Caliente") para escuchar el programa.


    KTAP 1600 AM a las 11:00 a.m. y a las 7:00 p.m.  - Solvang/Santa Maria

These broadcasts provide thoughtful interviews that explore and explain how people are discovering God's presence and power in their everyday lives.



Our mission . . .

To serve as a "clearinghouse" for information about activities relating to Christian Science in Southern California.  

The Christian Science Joint Media Committee's mandate is "to place before the public the words 'Christian Science' in a way that will attract, bless, and heal mankind."  The thrust of Christian Science is spiritual healing, based on the words and works of Christ Jesus and Biblical principles. Christian Science was founded in 1879 by a New England woman, Mary Baker Eddy, and its teachings are presented in her book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.