AMONG THE CHURCHES

The Christian Science society of Ontario received its articles of incorporation, under the laws of the state of California, on March 8, and thereby takes its place among the local religious bodies, on precisely the same footing as the others. It was on July 5, 1895, that a Christian Science Bible class, consisting of four members, commenced to meet at a private house. For three years these meetings were held at the homes of the members, and in July, 1898, the Scientists rented Odd Fellows Hall. In October, 1902, a branch of this society was established at Upland; that is to say, some members of the Ontario society organized in the neighboring community, which body developed into the present Upland society. In July, 1908, the Ontario Scientists organized as a Christian Science society, and the recent incorporation was the next important step in the course of this progressive body.

The society holds, free of all incumbrance, the deed of a lot 48 x 177 feet, on West B street, and contemplates, during the year, the erection of a church edifice which shall contain rooms in which may be held their Sunday and their Wednesday evening meetings, and also a readingroom open to the public.—Ontario Record.

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