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Among the Churches
Buffalo, N. Y.—At a recent business meeting of First Church of Christ, Scientist, corner of North street and Elm-wood avenue, steps were taken to organzie a second church. This step has been under advisement for some time. Owing to the rapid growth of Christian Science in Buffalo, the large number of members living in the eastern and northern sections of the city, who find the North street church not easily accessible, have united in this movement, and Second Church of Christ, Scientist, in Buffalo, is the result. It is less than a year since the Scientists moved into their new church at North street, and although this edifice seats twelve hundred people, its capacity has frequently been taxed to the utmost. This movement to organzie another church is therefore natural and desirable.—Buffalo Times.
Dayton, Ohio.—For the past few years the Christian Scientists of this city have provided a free reading-tent for all the visitors at the Montgomery County fair. This year it is more attractive than ever. Its well-built floor is covered with druggets and comfortable chairs. It is decorated with pretty palms, ferns, and roses. Postal-card views of the tent are given to visitors, and a good cool drink of water is free to all. Here the weary may rest, and at the same time have good, wholesome literature to read,—the Bible, and authorized works on Christian Science by Mrs. Eddy, together with the Christian Science periodicals.—Dayton Journal.
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