Among the Churches

Current Notes

Riverside, Cal .—The Christian Science literature booth, being maintained this week [Oct. 13-17] at the county fair, is under the joint auspices of First and Second Churches of Christ, Scientist. All of the Christian Science publications are on display, and the Christian Science periodicals, consisting of the Journal, the Sentinel, Der Herold der Christian Science, and the Monitor, are being given away to those who wish them.—Riverside Press.

Corvallis, Ore.—The Christian Science Society of Corvallis, which has been holding its services in a room over the First National Bank, is now occupying a bungalow church which was recently built for its use. The building will seat nearly two hundred, and it also contains the reading-room. The society has been organized five years and the attendance is steadily increasing.—Correspondence.

Flushing, N. Y.—Christian Scientists of Flushing, and their friends from all sections of the borough, will hold their first service in the new stone and brick structure in course of erection at Sanford avenue and Murray street tomorrow morning [Oct. 4]. The service will be held in the chapel of the edifice each Sunday until the completion of the building.

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The Lectures
November 28, 1914

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