Among the Churches

It seems appropriate that the first Christian Science Church to be organized in the State of West Virginia should have been at its capital, and that the first public lecture on Christian Science, in the state, should have been given under its auspices. The church was organized with eleven charter members, and a little more than one month later, on Thursday, December 18, we had with us Judge William G. Ewing of Chicago, III., who lectured to a fairsized audience of representative people. The audience showed its appreciation by giving the lecturer undivided attention. We have held services in the city more than a year at 108 Bradford Street, but for some months now we have occupied a neatly furnished, centrally located hall, with seating capacity adequate to all present requirements. We are truly grateful to our dear Leader for blessings which have come to us through her devotion to Truth.


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Just where thou Art
March 7, 1903

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