A Good Suggestion

A Correspondent thus writes in reference to notice of Church services in hotel registers in the larger cities:—

"As you are aware, nearly all the churches in the cities have notices in what are called Church Registers, and these Registers can be found in all first class hotels. The church notices of our denomination are now placed in these hotel registers, but the traveling public, and Christian Scientists as well, never seem to remember to consult these registers for information as to the places and hours for services. In many instances hotel clerks have been asked for the desired information, and the inquirers, who were for the most part Christian Scientists, have been told they knew of no such church, etc., when in the hotel office hung the Church Register containing the card announcing the place, hours for services, etc. Would it not be well to call attention to this in the Sentinel? Students of Christian Science do not always have a Journal with them, and it would be a great convenience to know that by stepping into any first-class hotel and consulting the Church Register, they would be spared often a fruitless search for a Church of Christ, Scientist."

March 15, 1900

We'd love to hear from you!

Easily submit your testimonies, articles, and poems online.