A Wednesday Evening Meeting

Baltimore (Md.) News

A Feature of the midweek meetings of the Christian Scientists is the impromptu speaking of members of the congregation in the time allotted for that purpose, during which they relate their experiences in Christian Science and give testimonies of healing. At the meeting of Second Church of Christ Scientist, held at the Lyceum Parlors, on North Charles Street, last night, about fifteen persons, men, women, and children, told of what Christian Science had done for them and for others they knew about.

Miss Ellen E. Cross, C.S.D., a graduate of the Massachusetts Metaphysical College and First Reader of the church, conducted the meeting, the first part of which consisted of singing, prayer, and the reading of selections from the Bible and the Christian Science text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker G. Eddy, Founder of the organization.

A lady told of a case where a young man had had a bicycle accident, falling on his face, bruising it badly and injuring his nose. He refused medical aid and insisted on being taken to his home, where, after receiving Christian Science treatment, he was able to go about the same day, and no sign of the accident remained after the fourth day. The following day a similar accident occurred to a friend, who had medical attendance and was not healed in six weeks, although the injuries were no more severe.

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Regarding Christian Science
January 25, 1900

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