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Among the Churches
Several years ago a few seekers after Truth began meeting at private houses for the study of the Quarterly Bible Lessons, and two Readers were chosen as soon as there were two of their number who were members of the Mother Church. Numbers increased so that in October, 1899, a small hall on one of the principal streets was hired and furnished. The attendance, from fifteen to twenty-five, would have been larger had several of our number not moved away. October 1, 1901, the only members here of the Mother Church, five in all, met and organized First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Dover, and received papers of incorporation from the state.
God has cared for this little church, and by the Christ-love and unity of its Directors and members the claims of error, which would separate and scatter this planting of the Lord, are being proved powerless, and new members have been added at each communion.
In obedience to the new By-law relative to the change in Readers, new Readers were at once chosen and the change made on the second Sunday after the notice appeared in the Sentinel. Success has followed obedience. September 1, 1902, a Christian Science Reading Room was opened for the public in the same room in which the services were held. Soon finding this room inadequate, two adjoining rooms in the Post Office Building, one for auditorium and the other for a reading room, were leased for a term of years. These rooms are furnished, without debt, in good taste, and are convenient for all our present needs. Surely divine Love has opened the way for all blessings.
Christian Science not Pantheism
John L. Rendall
The Contagion of Health
Edward C. Butler
In Answer to Criticism
Judge Fair Judgment
Albert E. Miller
The Quality of Faith
with contributions from Hamilton W. Mabie
Among the Churches
with contributions from Eva E. Bunker, Ada Beers Foster, Jennie L. Willis, Mary Callender
The Sky of the Heart
Maltbie D. Babcock
The Master's Test of True Discipleship
MARY A. DAGGETT
The Sun is Shining
The Phraseology of our Testimonies
MARTIN F. JACKSON
A Good Suggestion
W. H. MACFARLANE
with contributions from J. R. Mosley, Albert S. Batchelder, S. Burd Edwards, A.E. Jennings, Charles B. Jamieson
I feel that I can no longer put off acknowledging the...
B. Eaton Brooklyn
It is amazing from what a mere fraction of fact concerning...
with contributions from F. W. Robertson, Norman Macleod