Among the Churches

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Washington.—Tents for the purpose of distributing Christian Science literature at the Thurston and Skagit county fairs, held from Oct. 12 to 16, were maintained by the Christian Scientists of those communities. During this time 130 Sentinels, 20 Journals, 9 Herolds, 192 Monitors, 68 English pamphlets, 25 foreign pamphlets, and 23 copies of Senator Works' speech in Congress were given away. Reports also show that the attendance was good each day. A complete set of Mrs. Eddy's works in each binding was on display at the Thurston tent. The Christian Science societies at Anacortes, Mount Vernon, and Sedro—Woolley are contemplating the erection of a permanent structure on the Skagit fair grounds to be used for this purpose each year.


Taft, Cal.—The Christian Science Society has sold its building on Asher Avenue, and will in the future hold services in Odd Fellows Hall at the regular hours. This move on the part of the Christian Scientists was brought about by a desire to have their meeting—place more centrally located.

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The Lectures
December 18, 1915

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