Mary Baker Eddy taught that spiritual conversion and renewal begin when we yield to the power of the Christ. This starts our healing journey. We at High Ridge House are privileged to accompany many individuals on their healing journeys at our sanctuary or while receiving care at home. Whether a healing comes quickly or may take a bit longer, together we are bearing witness to the almighty power of the Christ to save, redeem and fully heal. It is a sacred journey that brings blessings for all.
Just like you, High Ridge House is on its own healing journey towards its advancement as a sanctuary serving the community. For over 65 years, we have been supported by a committed group of people and institutions which have valued the significance of providing Christian Science nursing for those relying solely on God’s healing power. We have been continually praying about the next leg of our own journey to demonstrate an even more effective and affordable model of care as we continue to serve you. We look forward to developing a shared vision with you in the coming months.
A spiritual journey is rarely an isolated activity of single individuals separated from the needs of the church, of the community, or the world. Mrs. Eddy notes,
“Our watchwords are Truth and Love; and if we abide in these,
they will abound in us, and we shall be one in heart - one in
motive, purpose, pursuit. Abiding in Love, not one of you can be
separated from me; and the sweet sense of journeying on together,
doing unto others as ye would they should do unto you,conquers all opposition, surmounts all obstacles and secures success." ¹
Please join us at our Annual Meeting at 3 p.m. Sept. 14th as we gain lasting inspiration from our speaker Lona Ingwerson, CS in her address on Healing Journeys. Let’s keep “the sweet sense of journeying on together.”
With love and gratitude to each of you,
Marivic B. Mabanag
¹ Miscellaneous Writings 135:5-11