Christian Science Broadcasting – JSH-Online, KGVY Radio 1080 AM  & 100.7 FM, telephone-accessible programs, and church services

jsh-web-radio-logo_smallHear the latest programs (Sentinel Watch, Sentinel Audio Chats, Journal podcasts, News of healing, MBE mentioned them) JSH Web-Radio.

Webcast of Sentinel Watch is available from our broadcasting partner in Tucson, KGVY 1080 AM & 100.7 FM Sunday mornings 7:00-7:30 am (MST) to listen click here.
You can listen on the telephone  to the Sunday morning Sentinel Watch program any time by calling (602) 200-7002 

Click here for a list of Sentinel Watch programs and topics.

Green Valley (including Tucson Metro)

Sentinel Watch Program KGVY 1080 AM & 100.7 FM Sunday mornings 7:00-7:30 am (MST)

Phoenix Metro

Heraldo en Español call any time (602) 200-7003

Sentinel Watch Program call any time (602) 200-7002

Click here for weekly Christian Science programs on various topics.

Online Sunday and Wednesday services

You may listen online to Sunday church services and Wednesday meetings from The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, every Sunday and Wednesday afternoon.

Bible Lesson – 24 hour phone line

Phoenix Metro


Tucson Metro


Call any time at your convenience, 24 hours a day. This multiple user phone service allows you to listen to the Bible Lesson when you want to or need it the most! Simply dial the number above and follow the message prompts. The service allows listeners to “dial in” to specific sections of the lesson. If you want to listen to section 3, you’ll push “3” while the lesson is running. If you want to listen to the entire lesson from start to finish, you’ll press “1”.

Download/print the Joint Committee Program and Schedules Arizona CS Broadcasting programs


9 thoughts on “Broadcasting

  1. hi!
    Just checking this website and I see the last phone number given (Tucson Metro – 520-297-4325)
    is not working. I didn’t check with 3rd church – but thought I’d pass that along.

    Thanks for this website. 🙂

    1. Ann Thanks for the support – I made the update to the page. Please feel free to contribute to the blog from Tucson, pics of churches and reading rooms encouraged.

  2. Tried to listen to Sunday radio program. Clicked on link – it made me download MS Silverlight, restart than would not let me listen to the program. Said I had to install Silverlight (which was already installed). Missed the program.

  3. Thank you so much for answering. We use this link when we are on vacation. When I try it still tells me to download MS Silverlight. I can’t listen to the Sunday program. I am not computer literate, don’t know how to fix this. Even when I have Silverlight open, it does not recognize it. – Sherrie

  4. I love the lesson on the phone and have been listening for many years but something has never made sense to me. For some reason, you start the following weeks lesson on Sunday, not Monday. So many times, when unable to attend church, I dial you up on Sunday only to get the wrong lesson! The new weeks lesson starts on Monday, right? Just wish you would have the correct lesson on Sunday. Just my 2 cents.

    1. Hi Dana – Thanks for the comment and suggestion. Our partner in the phone service is MessageLink. On Sunday the new lesson is uploaded to begin the week to accommodate having the correct lesson available first thing Monday before the work day begins. Check out the Mother Church Sunday service online. It’s available here. The week’s lesson is covered during a service held at the Mother Church earlier on Sunday. You can hear it live or a replay all week.
      You are thoughtful to contact the committee, and we appreciate you.

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