Christian Science in Germany

Chicago Tribune

Berlin, February 6.—Christian Science has gained a substantial foothold in three cities of Germany and has incipient churches in two or three other places. Mrs. Frances Thurber Seal, formerly of New York, after starting the work in Dresden, largely among the American and English residents, came to Berlin and rented apartments near Winterfeldt Platz in the western part of the city and fitted up the salon as a meeting hall, with a capacity of eighty people. She now has two German assistants, and holds two services in German and two in English every week. The attendance is often as high as sixty persons at a meeting.

At Dresden also four meetings a week are held. The Dresden community is still composed largely of English-speaking people. Mrs. Frey, at Heidelberg, and Pastor Dieterle, formerly a German Methodist minister, are pioneers in South Germany, operating at Heidelberg and Stuttgart respectively.

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