Christian Science Organization at University of Houston

Christian Science College Organization at U-of-H Hosts Students of Other Faiths

Christian Science College Organization at the University of Houston included hosting the students of other faiths in the the CSO room on April 4, 2019, along with regular meetings.

Should you know of students who are attending UH or plan to attend this fall, please contact either Kaye Patterson (281) 932-6645 or George Nutwell (281) 386-4546.  (Click pictures for larger view)


The Christian Science Organization (CSO) at University of Houston  is a student-run group on campus.  We have a common desire to bring healing to campus issues and make the practicality of The Bible (from Genesis to Revelation) more accessible to our campus communities.

The room in the AD Bruce Religion Center is open to study (school work, the Bible, and Christian Science writings), grab a snack or something cool to drink, and hang out with other students. During the meetings there is ample time to talk about how to apply a divine concept of Love to your life.  Generally we have meetings once a week.

There are opportunities to both attend and host inspiring talks on campus. Movie nights, bowling, pizza get-togethers (or anything that the group decides) are ways that the CSO can join together.

The main reason and purpose of the CSO is to prayerfully embrace the college campus through a church supported organization. For more information on what Christian Science is, take a look at:

If you have any questions about the specifics of the CSO at the University of Houston, please contact  the Resident Minister, Christian Scientist, George M. Nutwell III, at 281-386-4546.