The primary mission of Wayside House is to provide skilled Christian Science nursing care in an atmosphere of peace, joy and expectancy of healing. As well as offering a spiritual atmosphere for physical healing, Wayside House invites you to take some time and experience the mental benefits of Spiritual Renewal. Busy schedules and the demands of every day life can sometimes erode the natural sense of unity with God. Come and benefit from a quiet, spiritual environment and connect with the sustaining influence of “the things of the Spirit.” Take the opportunity to rediscover your divine nature as God’s child. A Wayside experience is an opportunity for prayer, rejuvenation, and refreshment.
Wayside House is a registered Canadian charitable organization, and is licenced as a private hospital by the Province of British Columbia.
“Thus founded upon the rock of Christ, when storm and tempest beat upon this sure foundation, you, safely sheltered in the strong tower of hope, faith, and Love, are God’s nestlings; and He will hide you in His feathers till the storm has passed.”
-Miscellaneous Writings by Mary Baker Eddy
The first Canadian Christian Science Nursing Conference was held in Victoria, B.C. Oct. 13-15. Wayside House was proud to be a sponsor of this event!
We all enjoyed a delicious buffet after the Annual General Meeting. Everything including the desserts, are made on the premises by April!
Join us for the Wayside House Annual General Meeting.
The Wayside House Spring 2016 Newsletter is here!
An update on the Canadian Christian Science Nursing Conference to be held in Victoria, B.C. Oct. 13-15.
Former and current Christian Science nursing staff at Wayside House, present for Margit Waterman`s retirement.
L to R: Elaine Coleman, Faye Winchester, Alyson Shone, Deidre Hill, Russ Mott, Dean Wolfe, Hank Peters.
Front Row: Caroline Holm, Margit Waterman.
Congratulations to Margit Waterman on her retirement, after serving as a Christian Science nurse at Wayside House for 30 years!