Reading Rooms Opened

There has been, recently, a general movement among the churches and smaller societies of the Christian Scientists, both in this and foreign countries, to provide centrally located and commodious reading rooms, furnished with all the literature of Christian Science, where any wishing to investigate its teachings and the work it is accomplishing may have easy opportunities for doing so. In many of the cities these rooms have already been furnished and opened, in many cases in the busiest business blocks, with the result that many of the business men, as well as those in other professions and callings, find time to drop in often for few minutes of quiet reading or study. In unity of sentiment with the rest of the field, the Christian Scientists here have decided to re-open, during a portion of the week, their room, 120 North Charlotte Street, where the Sunday service is held at present, as a reading room, free to all. The writings of the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy, with the other publications of The Christian Science Publishing Society, will be kept there for general reading, and also copies for sale to those wishing them. The one having the room in charge will be glad to give all information and help possible.—The Evening Record.

June 14, 1900

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