Church Organization Perfected in Concord, N. H.

AT the close of the regular Wednesday evening testimonial service in Christian Science Hall last evening steps were taken to perfect the formal organization of a church society, articles for which incorporation had been filed with the secretary of state on Monday.

The Rev. Irving C. Tomlinson was chosen temporary chairman, and Joseph G. Mann temporary clerk of the meeting of incorporation of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Concord, N. H. The roll of signers of the charter, seventy-four in number, was called, and nearly all were found to be present.

The preamble and by-laws for the government of the church were read by George H. Moore, and Mr. Joseph G. Mann offered the following resolution, which was unanimously adopted:—

A Seed of Truth
March 2, 1899

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