Among the Churches

Seneca, Kan.

A sense of gratitude moves all our hearts for the opportunities and blessings which have come in various ways to the Christian Scientists of Seneca, Kansas, since their reorganization as a church two years ago. Our membership is small, but we have a nice little church property and are growing both in numbers and in interest in our great Cause and its Leader.—Correspondence.

Church Dedication at Meadville, Pa.

The pleasant little First Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sherman Street, was formally dedicated Sunday [Jan. 14] in the presence of a large attendance.

First Church of Christ, Scientist, was formerly a residence. The interior has been made into one room, with a seating capacity of about one hundred persons; a Reading Room is attached.—Meadville (Pa.) Republican.

Oneida, N. Y.

First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Oneida, has purchased of Franklin R. Crandall his residence at 21 Spring Street. The building will be remodeled to make an auditorium large enough for present needs and Reading Rooms will be arranged and furnished. When in the growth of the work this building becomes too small a church edifice will be erected in its place.—Oneida (N. Y.) Dispatch.

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The Lectures
July 7, 1906

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