You and your guests are cordially invited to a screening of Longyear Museum’s latest historical documentary, The House on Broad Street – Finding a Faithful Few: The Years in Lynn, at Broadview on February 9th, 2013 from 9:30-11am.
The house at 8 Broad Street, Lynn, is the first home that Mary Baker Eddy owned. The years in Lynn saw events of great historical and spiritual significance, including these milestones: Mrs. Eddy completed and published the first three editions of Science and Health; formed the Christian Scientist Association; chartered the Church of Christ (Scientist); began preaching in Lynn and Boston; chartered the Massachusetts Metaphysical College. It was in this house, also, that she became Mrs. Eddy. This film looks at Mrs. Eddy’s far-reaching work to establish Christian Science while living in her modest home in Lynn.
The House on Broad Street was written and directed by Webster Lithgow, who also wrote and directed The Onward and Upward Chain, Remember the Days of Old, and Who Shall Be Called?
Please feel free to invite friends and family, and share this information with others. Please RSVP by emailing here or calling Broadview at 323-221-9174. Child care and light snacks will be provided.