A Decade of Growth

The Wednesday evening meeting held in The Mother Church January 4 was of more than ordinary interest, because of the retrospective character of much that was said by those who took part in the services. Professor Hering, First Reader of The Mother Church, said in part,—

"It is just ten years since this edifice was completed and dedicated, the first service having been held Sunday, December 30, 1894, and the dedication service, January 6, 1895. It seems appropriate that we should refer to this fact and notice the growth that has taken place since the building of this church, which event was such a vital turning-point in the history of our movement. The literature which refers to this subject is most interesting and can always be re-read with profit and encouragement. Let us take a brief backward glance, lest we lose sight of the import of that epoch of which this temple will forever be a visible evidence, and lest our love and reverence for it wane.

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