Thanksgiving Day Service at Concord, N. H.

A letter in this article was later republished in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany: My. 167:14-21

Thanksgiving services were held Thursday by the Christian Scientists of this city in the beautiful church edifice, a gift from the Reverend Mary Baker G. Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science. This was the first service of the kind held in the new church home, and a welcome feature of the exercises was the reading of a letter of greeting from the beloved Leader, Mrs. Eddy.

The Thanksgiving service in the Concord church followed the custom of this denomination in the observation of this holy day. The sermon had been specially prepared and was impressive and helpful.

At the conclusion of the sermon opportunity was given for testimonies from those who had been healed in Christian Science. Many remarkable cases of healing were given, and all expressed their thankfulness to God for the benefits received.

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December 3, 1904

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