Welcome To Quimby Memorial Church
Divine Science in the Meadowlands of New Jersey
Member: Divine Science Fed. Intl.
church history

Through the efforts of church member and singer Lisa Van Heldorf, contact was made with Reverend Mark Lewis, pastor of The Church of Our Saviour, an Episcopal denomination in Secaucus. Coincidentally, around 1998, Reverend Lucia and her husband moved to their new home in Harmon Cove and became Secaucus residents, near her family.

For over ten years, Quimby Church settled into the Episcopal Church on Flanagan Way in Secaucus, a pre-fabricated structure from Sears & Roebuck catalog, which provides a traditional church setting with wooden pews, stained glass windows and pipe organ. Quimby Church rents the chapel for Sunday services from 11 am to 12 noon and for classes in Quimby philosophy from 12:30 to 1:30 pm every Sunday. Around 2004, With its new location in Secaucus congregation has attracted not only local residents but from as far away as Fort Lee, Scotch Plains, Jersey City and Hackensack. Quimby Church is well established in Secaucus, and successfully continues to teach Quimby philosophy to its congregation and serve the community in its healing practices.



Article written by Adele Harris

from interviews with Rev. Faugno