Among the Churches.

Sunday, October 7, 1900, was a happy day to the little band of Christian Science workers at Marion, O., as it was the fifth anniversary of the planting of Truth in their city. In loving recognition and acknowledgment to the Father of every good and perfect gift, loving hearts and willing hands had been busy for a number of days helping to decorate and beautify their little hall. Many new pieces of furnishings were added; among them a handsome new Readers' desk in oak, the gift of the Sunday School. The motto "Divine Love always has met, and always will meet, every human need," from our much-loved text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker G. Eddy, adorns our wall, done in the burnt wood in panel form.

A beautiful copy of Hofmann's head of Jesus in crayon, also pictures of Concord Hall and Pleasant View, adorn the walls. New carpets, rugs, and hangings all blending in color, and a number of potted plants make many bright spots in this little church home which serves a double purpose, that of church and reading room. Our hall has a seating capacity of eighty or ninety. May many weary wanderers find here a resting-place, and the thirsty ones drink.

Concerning our Publications
November 29, 1900

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