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University of California. —The Christian Science Society of the University of California is an organization similar to the clubs existing in other universities and colleges. It was organized in 1907 by a number of students of this university in accordance with a provision in the Manual of The Mother Church. The work of the society has been actively conducted from that date to the present time, and its purpose is to unite more closely the Christian Scientists within the university, to welcome entering Christian Scientists, and to afford those so desiring an opportunity to learn the truth about Christian Science as taught in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs. Eddy.

Bimonthly testimonial meetings and gatherings during the summer session are held in First Church of Christ, Scientist, Berkeley. In the fall semester, a reception is given to students who desire to become acquainted with the work of the society. In the spring term, a lecture on Christian Science is delivered by a member of the board of lectureship of The Mother Church. Practically all the writings of Mrs. Eddy, including the German translation of Science and Health, and a copy of "The Life of Mary Baker Eddy" by Sibyl Wilbur, have been placed by the society in the Doe library. In the periodical room are The Christian Science Journal, the Christian Science Sentinel, and the Monitor.

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The Lectures
June 27, 1914

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