Among the Churches

CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND.—We have happy and profitable remembrances of Mr. Knapp's visit here last year and are looking forward to the coming lecture of Mr. Rathvon with glad anticipation. We rejoice in solid growth here. The healing work has proved to skeptics that Christian Science does heal. The extent of our work is not fully represented by its growth in this city, as we have appeals from all parts for advice and literature,—from the drear stretch of the plains, the rugged coast line, and the verdant land. From every province also comes word of the earnest study of our text-book and a deeper love for the Bible.

Johnstown, PA.—The Christian Scientists of Johnstown and vicinity have joined in a movement to organize a new First Church of Christ, Scientist. The original First Church, chartered in 1901, and the Christian Science Society formed two and a half years ago, were dissolved, the members of both organizations joining the new church, together with many persons not affiliated with either former organization. The new church starts out with a most encouraging membership roll and a comfortable balance in the treasury.

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