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Among the Churches
Rochdale, England. —The new First Church of Christ, Scientist, which has been erected in Castlemere street, will be opened this afternoon [Jan. 31], when a thanksgiving service will be held. It is over ten years since the Rochdale people began to take a practical interest in Christian Science. A room was taken in December, 1903, and twelve persons attended the first service held there. Nine months later there was a growing congregation, and more commodious premises in Baillie street were obtained. A Christian Science Society was formed on July 10, 1906, and fortnightly meetings were started. Later the public hall lecture-room was utilized for the services, and in July, 1907, First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Rochdale, was formally organized.
The Rochdale Observer.
LOUISE KNIGHT WHEATLEY
Remedy for Ghosts
MARTHA BURR BANKS
Only a Dream
ELIZABETH EARL JONES
As reported by the newspapers within the last few days,...
William S. Campbell
In a recent issue of the Advertiser reference was made to...
In a recent issue the Rev.— writes: "The science of...
"Let your light so shine"
Flesh and Spirit
Annie M. Knott
Things that Remain
John B. Willis
Admission to Membership in The Mother Church
John V. Dittemore
with contributions from Arthur E. Miller, Emerson W. Baker, John F. Manning, R. A. Liverett
About June, 1906, while living in Chicago, a physical condition...
Mary Johnson Cheesman with contributions from Editor
For the past two years Christian Science has been our...
The truth of the Scripture that "the Lord's hand is not...
J. Francis Stroup
It is with a heart full of gratitude for the daily blessings...
Mary Elizabeth Gordon
Two years ago I suffered with severe rheumatic pain
EVELYN SYLVESTER KNOWLES
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