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Opening of New Chapel in Hartford, Conn.
Hartford (Conn.) Courant
The members of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of this city, have moved into their new church home on Farmington Avenue opposite Kenyon Street, and the first service was held in the new chapel Sunday, November 27. The church proper has not been started yet, but it will be built directly in front of the present chapel. The society is growing rapidly.
The new chapel seats about five hundred, and was well filled at the opening service.—Hartford (Conn.) Courant.
Religion and Joyousness
CLARENCE A. BUSKIRK.
The Gospel of Giving
ELIZABETH EARL JONES.
Annual Meeting of the Church in Concord
Irving C. Tomlinson, Josiah E. Dwight, J. Wesley Plummer
with contributions from Judge Clearwater, Lizzie L. Filbert, R. J. Wilson
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Albert E. Miller
Christian Scientists, instead of regarding man as an object...
Richard P. Verrall
Christian Science does not deal with the imagination...
W. S. Morris, Jr.
Our critic finds fault with the definition of God as given...
James D. Sherwood
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Our Leader's Letter to the Concord Church
Mary Baker Eddy
A Cry in the Wilderness
John B. Willis
Letters to our Leader
with contributions from H. M. Ferris, Harry E. Sims, Barbara M. Prince, Clarence Arnold
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If I could express even a small part of my gratitude and...
It is more than ten years now since I first learned of...
Fannie L. Sellew
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Magdalena Howser with contributions from Louis H. Jennings
I first heard, of Christian Science ten or twelve years...
Harry Vance Swope
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Carrie A. McLeod
About six years ago I was healed of a severe case of...
J. E. Heronemus
MRS. H. RUTHVEN MC DONALD.
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase