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AMONG THE CHURCHES
Seeing the need for an extension of the Reading Room work in the large residential districts of Chicago, Third Church of Christ, Scientist, has decided to establish a Reading Room in the section of the city known as the West Side, the most populous division of the city. Third Church was organized in this division in 1898, its church edifice was completed and dedicated in 1901, and its congregation has steadily grown in numbers until the seating capacity of the edifice is now taxed to the utmost.
The growth of Christian Science in Oregon has been phenomenal. In The Spectator last week, mention was made of the fact that First Church had within the past three years quite outgrown the large hall in the Scottish Rite Cathedral, at Fifteenth and Morrison Streets, and that it had become necessary to hold overflow testimonial meetings on Wednesday evenings in the lower hall of the same building. First Church will erect a magnificent building for itself on the half block between Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets, in Everett Street. This beautiful lot was bought some time ago, and is clear of debt. The preliminary plans of the sacred edifice have been approved and the building committee has been authorized to begin construction at once. The church will cost about seventy-five thousand dollars, and will be one of the most artistic in the city. Second Church holds meetings in the Elks Hall, at Seventh and Stark Streets, and reports an increasing attendance. This organization over a year ago purchased for cash the quarter block on the northeast corner of East Seventh and Pine Streets, and is considering plans for a church building. There are in Oregon seven Churches of Christ, Scientist—two in Portland, and one each at Salem, Eugene, Oregon City, Ashland, and Merrill; and at twenty-seven other points in the State, services are held by Christian Science societies or gatherings.
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AT ONE WITH GOD
CLARENCE W. CHADWICK.
"SERMONS IN STONES"
REV. MARTIN SINDELL.
THE BASIS OF CONTENT
GRACE E. SELLON.
THE MATERIAL SENSES
JOHN WARNER KEYES.
THE STUDY OF THE LESSON-SERMONS
ROSALIE G. AMORY.
"ANNOUNCING AUTHOR'S NAME"
CHARLES H. SULIVAN.
In proof of our statement that Christian Science is...
Rosemary O. Anderson
In your issue of Nov. 2 you published a communication...
Christian Science is the effort to make the teaching...
When a Christian minister espouses the cause of the material...
Willard S. Mattox
THE VOICE OF TRUTH
LILLA ELLEN BOWLEY.
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
MRS. EDDY SENDS THANKS
Mary Baker G. Eddy
Annie M. Knott
"ALL'S LOVE YET ALL'S LAW"
John B. Willis
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
Mary Russell Oakley with contributions from B. F. Stoltey, Clarence A. Buskirk, Grace E. Lamphear, N. H. Conklin, C. H. Rippey, Anna S. Porter, Margaret E. Halley, Albert E. Miller, Lucy Hammond, George S. Haddock
with contributions from Melville C. Spaulding, P. G. W. Keller, R. E. Bunker, Albert Bushnell Hart
ISABEL SHERRICK WARDELL.
Happiness and Christian Science came to me at the...
Eleanor Armistead (Appleton) Standen
It is sometimes asked why Christian Scientists are so...
F. M. Rehfuss
I came into Christian Science nine months ago, seeking...
Edith Lewis Tyler
I should like to tell the readers of the Sentinel of the...
Adeline E. Montford
When I was asked to try Christian Science, after my...
Would that I could say to the whole world, "I am free!"...
That "one on God's side is a majority" was proven conclusively...
J. Florence Edmundson
With a heart full of gratitude to God for having been...
Elizabeth D. Bishop