AMONG THE CHURCHES

Christian Scientists first held services in the small town of Sevenoaks three years ago last September. Commencing in a private house, and then moving to more convenient quarters in the town, the Sunday services have been held without interruption. Last July it was decided to organize as a society; a few simple rules were made, officers and Readers elected, and application made for a notice in the Journal. A letter was sent to our Leader, informing her of the step we were taking, and a reply, a copy of which is herewith enclosed, received.

In November last we were able to invite the Rev. Arthur R. Vosburgh to give a lecture in the public hall here, when some five hundred persons were present. Since this event, our average attendance at the services has increased and we have fourteen children attending Sunday School. People are coming to the services from villages round about, and a large proportion of the members of the society are also members of The Mother Church. In view of our Leader's teaching in a late Sentinel, it might be interesting to your readers to know that, though still a small community, members have already received class instruction from four different teachers.

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