AMONG THE CHURCHES

CURRENT NOTES.

ROCKLAND, MAINE.—First Church of Christ, Scientist, at the corner of Cedar and Brewster streets, was dedicated Sunday [April 27], with services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. The historical sketch was in part as follows:—

The first meetings were held in the summer of 1895, when a practitioner met weekly with a few patients for the study of the Bible Lessons. In 1897 meetings were permanently established at a home on Limerock street, and were held continuously on Thursday afternoon or evening for about three years, or until 1900. During the occupancy of Grand Army hall for Sunday services, which began in 1898, mid-week meetings were still held at this same home.

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