Rev. Anthony has been a member of EBCRS for over twenty years and an Assistant Minister for five years. He is involved in community outreach programs, consisting of positive communication, visitation of incarcerated youth and adults. He is active in Pastoral care which consist of visitation of the sick and shut-in.
Spiritually Assisting Our Community in Times of Great Challenge
The Ministry of Care
The Pastoral Care ministry offers affirmative prayer and spiritual support to our congregants and their families by knowing the Truth of wholeness when faced with life-changing events.
What We Do
Through the practice of Spiritual Mind Treatment (Affirmative Prayer) we assist individuals in life’s challenges.
We offer compassionate comfort and Spiritual assistance to individuals and families experiencing illness. In addition we offer support and assistance before, during and after the physical transition of a loved one.
We are present for individuals to listen, talk, pray and share expressions of love and support.
Through sacred ritual, we give voice to life’s joyous occasions such as the arrival of newborns, marriages and unions, home/new residence blessings, scholastic achievements and other joy filled occasions!
We welcome new volunteers to this ministry of compassionate caring.
Meet Our Team
I have been involved with Pastoral Care for six years since I became a licensed practitioner in 2015. And have been the co-lead for several years.
KSuzanne has been a licensed Practitioner in Centers for Spiritual Living for nearly 20 years. KSuzanne’s life has been transformed through the teachings of Science of Mind.
I have been with the Pastoral Care ministry at EBCRS for 8 years. I found joining the EBCRS Pastoral Care team was an easy fit for me.
Helen Anderson, RScP is a spiritual practioner emeritus at East Bay Church of Religious Science and is currently available to see clients.
As a member of the Pastoral care team, I pray for individuals and families and I also make hospital visits. I offer spiritual assistance by praying for those in need.
I am honored to be a part of Pastoral Care. It is particularly special to me as I personally know what it is like to get a phone call, a card etc. when one is experiencing illness. I know this because I spent seven years in a hospital as a child with tuberculosis in Scotland.