Among the Churches

As we review the past six months we have cause for much gratitude for the growth made in our church. Truly the divine Presence has been round about us, leading us onward and upward. We have not stood still, but a steady growth has marked each step we have taken, and we have only songs of thanksgiving in our hearts for the many blessings of the past year. The people here are very friendly to our beloved Cause, and particularly are we grateful to the city press for their kindly interest and help in publishing the reports of the Christian Science work from time to time. Recently they applied, unsought, for items concerning the dedication of the Extension of The Mother Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, and were eager to publish anything the committee might authorize.

Aside from this much interest has been shown generally in our locality. The lecture of April 10 was well attended by hundreds of Hamilton's representative citizens, welcoming eagerly the opportunity of having Christian Science explained by one of our able lecturers.

The literature racks stationed in the traction office at Hamilton are rapidly emptied, and much good has resulted therefrom, a number of persons having come to the Reading Room to purchase our text-book, Science and Health, as a result of this seed sown. The first of May we found it necessary to seek more commodious quarters for church worship, and the attendance at the Sunday and mid-week services has increased very favorably indeed.

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August 11, 1906

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