The Lectures

A splendid audience, which completely filled Symphony Hall, assembled April 10 to listen to a lecture by Hon. Clarence A. Buskirk. The lecturer was warmly greeted by this large and appreciative audience, to which he was introduced by Mr. William D. McCrackan, First Reader of The Mother Church, who said,—

Ladies and Gentlemen, Friends:—Permit me first of all to make you welcome in behalf of The first Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. Let me assure you that the invitation upon which you are present here to-night is one which comes from the heart.

Christian Scientists have many proofs in their personal experiences, in their own spiritual, mental, and bodily estate, of what Christian Science can do to help and heal, to save and comfort. They therefore rejoice in every proper opportunity of extending the glad tidings of Christian Science to those who may feel the need of its ministrations.

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Important Notice to Branch Churches
April 21, 1906

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