Among the Churches

Current Notes

St. Paul, Minn. —The new edifice of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Summit avenue and Grotto street, will be opened Sunday [June 14]. With the completion of the building, services at the Masonic Temple, where the Christian Scientists have met for the past five years, will be discontinued. The church, together with the furnishings, represents an outlay of one hundred thousand dollars. Work on the foundation began in the fall of 1912 and actual work of construction began about a year ago. The new edifice has a seating capacity of one thousand and twenty-five. First Church of Christ, Scientist, was organized more than ten years ago, and for a number of years services were held in the Masonic Hall on Holly avenue. Increased membership, however, made it necessary to obtain quarters in the Masonic Temple.—Pioneer Press.

Hood River, Ore.—The Christian Science Society has been organized into a church, to be known as First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Hood River. The trustees are negotiating for a lot, with the intention of building in the near future.

The Lectures
August 15, 1914

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