A Fountain of Refuge

In the early 1930s, as Christian Science pioneers made their way westward many in Southern California had embraced this healing science. It was around this time that a group of Christian Science teachers and practitioners began to discuss a need for a Christian Science nursing facility here in Los Angeles. This small group saw a need for those seeking assistance, a place of quiet refuge, where thought could be at peace and healing supported. Their vision for this refuge was of a modern day "Inn of the Good Samaritan" a place richly supported by its community to allow nurturing for all seeking Christian Science care regardless of financial means.

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Letter from Emma Easton Newman C.S.D.
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Letter from Archibald W. Edes C.S.B.
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Letter from Leonard T. Carney C.S.B.