Among the Churches

Current Notes

Salida, Col.—We are a small band of workers in a city of some five thousand inhabitants. The Monitor has been placed in the Elks Home, the Sherman House, the Palace Hotel, the high school, and the public library, the Sentinel, the Journal, and the Herold in the library, and all the periodicals in the railroad station. Altogether there are sent out from this reading-room between four hundred and six hundred pieces of literature each month. At the semiannual business meeting of the church last July it was reported that in the first half of 1916 there were sent out 657 Sentinels, 86 Journals, 17 Herolds, 2439 Monitors, 32 Quarterlies, and 77 pamphlets.—Correspondence.

McMinnville, Ore.—The new church edifice of the Christian Science Society of this city, located at the corner of North D and Pine Streets, will be opened to the public Sunday afternoon. The building is 42 by 50 feet, and the auditorium has a seating capacity of one hundred and twenty. The cost will be approximately four thousand dollars.—McMinnville Register.

The Lectures
December 23, 1916

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