AMONG THE CHURCHES

We expect to commence the construction of our new church edifice about May first of this year, and for this purpose we have purchases one of the best sites in the city, facing the beautiful grounds of our state capitol, the building to be of the type now favored in the designing of Christian Science churches.

For the past seven years we have held our services in the G. A. R. Hall, but with the growth in the understanding of Christian Science in this city, these quarters are inadequate, and we hope to occupy our new church building, which will seat about five hundred people, by fall. This seemed a large undertaking for us when we began our work for it over a year ago, but since we began active efforts in this direction, we have felt a silent tide of understanding, confidence, and unity of purpose carrying the work along, and us with it, and this community has experienced a marked broadening and deepening of interest in the understanding of Christian Science. In doing this work we are thankful to have felt, in common with so many other Christian Scientists throughout the country, the passing from dependence upon personality to a partial recognition and demonstration of Principle.—Correspondence.

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