AMONG THE CHURCHES

Services of an interesting nature were held at First Church of Christ, Scientist, Clossee Street, Western Square, on Easter Sunday, the occasion being the dedication of the church, which, although opened for worship eight years ago, could not be formally dedicated while any indebtedness remained upon the property or building. The church, built of red brick with sandstone trimmings, is of the Tudor style of architecture and has seating accommodation for about two hundred and fifty persons. The organ is the gift of a member of this church, and is one of the sweetest toned instruments in Montreal. At the close of the regular service the First Reader gave an eloquent address, tracing the early history and growth of the organization. This edifice is the only one in the Province of Quebec dedicated to the service of Christian Science.

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