Among the Churches

It is with pleasure we report a growing interest in Christian Science in this part of the Field. Two years ago we were in a small room, had a small membership, and the press would not recognize us. It became apparent that we should bestir ourselves, so we began to look for more suitable quarters and to get the press interested in our behalf. About a year ago the leading paper of our city gave us the privilege of their columns. One of the editors visited Boston and the Mother Church, and he came home with quite a friendly feeling for Christian Science.

We were not able to find a suitable place until last November. In the mean time some of our members had moved away and the thought of poverty seemed to prevail, but realizing that Mind was all, and that divine Love supplied all human needs, we unanimously voted to move to our present quarters. The demonstration was made, and the thought of poverty was overcome. We now pay double the rent that we previously paid, besides furnishing our new rooms.

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