Among the Churches

September 10, the Christian Science society of Easton was dissolved and reorganized as a church to be known as First Church of Christ, Scientist, being a branch of the Mother Church in Boston, Mass.

In the early part of 1898, a few interested in the subject met on Sundays at the residence of one who had been healed through Christian Science, to study the Sunday lessons. This was the beginning. Since then many cases of healing have resulted among the students and their acquaintances in Easton.

In January of 1902, the society recently dissolved was formed with eleven charter members. The growing interest and increased attendance at the meetings justified the society in seeking a more central location. This was found in the Pomp Building. Rooms 31 and 32 were secured, one being used to hold the Sunday morning and Wednesday evening services, the other for a reading room.

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Testimony of Healing
"Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you...
October 16, 1902

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