AMONG THE CHURCHES

Tomorrow morning [March 12] at eleven o'clock First Church of Christ, Scientist, will hold the first service in its own edifice, having acquired by purchase the property of the First Baptist church on South Fullerton avenue, near Bloomfield avenue. Almost immediately after the Baptists took possession of their new building early in February, the Christian Scientists began the renovation of their newly acquired church, and have in many respects altered the interior appearance of same by a change of color scheme and the addition of new furnishings.

The Christian Science movement was first established in upper Montclair about 1898, when meetings were held in private houses. In 1899 it was deemed advisable to hold the meetings in Montclair, because of its central location, and in 1900 Arcanum Hall was rented. The church was organized in October, 1901, with a membership of seven, and duly incorporated, Oct. 13, 1902; since which time it has had a steady growth in its membership and influence for good.—Montclair Times.

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