AMONG THE CHURCHES

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Westmount, P.Q., organized April 13, 1908, held its opening services on Easter Sunday, April 19, in Room F, Victoria Hall. This room, which will also be used as a Reading Room, has a separate entrance and is pleasantly situated away from the street. This is a residential city of over ten thousand people. "If God be for us, who can be against us?" —Correspondence.

In no city of the United States, perhaps, has Christian Science had a more rapid growth than in St. Louis. It is almost impossible to estimate how many persons in this city are interested in the work, but it has been said that ten thousand would not be too great a figure. Christian Science took definite form in St. Louis in 1894, and since then continued to grow steadily. Congregations of Christian Science churches in St. Louis number among their members many of the representative business and professional men of the municipality. The first organization in connection with the Christian Science movement here was the formation of First Church of Christ, Scientist, in March, 1894, with fifty members. The first edifice was erected in the summer of 1895, and the congregation filled it within a year after it was opened. In October, 1902, this edifice became so crowded that the congregation of First Church moved to the large auditorium of the Odeon.

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