Beautiful Temple of Worship

The Sunday Journal

The opening of the new Christian Science Church edifice in Toledo to-day is of deep interest not only to Toledo Scientists, but to all in Ohio, as it is the first building erected in the state wherein to worship God according to the doctrines of Christian Science.

This building while in process of erection was the subject of much interest and curiosity. The beautiful lot, which was presented to the society by Miss Sarah J. Clark, C.S.D., the pioneer Scientist in this city and the one in charge of the work, is one of the most sightly in the city. The small triangular park at the intersection of Monroe Street and Grand and Lawrence Avenues, is owned by the city. Just back of this park stands the church, an ornament indeed to Toledo. It is built of Amherst blue sandstone, an Ohio stone, and was designed particularly to fit the peculiarly shaped lot. Yost and Packard of Columbus are the architects.

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