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Among the Churches
Long Beach, Cal.—The magnificent temple of worship erected by First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Long Beach, now stands complete. The members of the church are happy in the fruition of their hopes and plans in the ownership of one of the finest edifices in southern California. The classic structure speaks eloquently in itself of the progress made since the first Christian Science Association was formed at Long Beach in a little hall at Third street and Cedar avenue. The edifice, located on the east side of Elm avenue, between Fourth and Fifth streets, stands upon a site valued at more than ten thousand dollars, and the structure itself, including the pipe-organ and furnishings, represents an additional expenditure of eighty-five thousand dollars. The seating capacity of the Sunday school department is one thousand, while the auditorium seats twelve hundred.
The Daily Telegram.
Chicago, Ill.—At a meeting held for the purpose last night [March 10], a new Christian Science church was organized, which will be known as Thirteenth Church of Christ, Scientist, of Chicago. By-laws were adopted and officers elected. Services will be held in the near future at some point on "The Ridge," between Beverly hills and Blue island. The new organization, which consists of members who withdrew from Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, was made necessary because of the overcrowded condition at the services of that church for some time past.—Chicago Tribune.
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Going to Heaven
CLARENCE W. CHADWICK
KATHARINE B. JUDSON, M.A.
Prevention, or Cure?
Courage and Faith
The Inner Temple
CASSIUS M. LOOMIS
A writer in a recent issue of the News declares "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures,"...
Ezra W. Palmer
In a recent issue from "The Easy Chair," you discuss, not...
Mankind has not yet arrived at that state of perfection demanded...
In a recent issue we notice that Dr.—continues his...
Willis D. McKinstry
City of the King
DAVID E. ANTHONY
"Who maketh thee to differ?"
Annie M. Knott
"The salt of the earth"
John B. Willis
with contributions from Gilbert Fowler, Superintendent Ramsey, Milo M. Acker, Charles G. Baldwin, Ralph W. Cone, Kate Close, P. S. Merrill
I have long felt that I must express my gratitude for...
In May, 1912, when a business trip took me to Dallas,...
Lucius E. Wilson
I wish to express my thankfulness to God and my gratitude...
Inez Snow Mapel
send my testimony with an earnest prayer that it may...
H. W. Montgomery
My gratitude for Christian Science is unbounded
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science
Carrie P. Keller
About the middle of November, 1909, I suddenly became...
Willy Bergmann with contributions from Luise Bergmann
After reading the many testimonies in both the Sentinel and the Journal,...
Clarence Wagen with contributions from Martha Wagen
It is several years since I began the study of Christian Science,...
William C. Hoertz
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