Among the Churches

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Great Falls, Mont.—At the regular Wednesday evening testimony meeting of First Church of Christ, Scientist, last evening [March 28], it was announced that within the last few days that body had acquired a double corner property, the southeast corner of First Avenue North and Thirteenth Street, upon which a church is to be erected. The present edifice is being taxed to capacity, while the attendance is showing a constant growth.

Interesting in connection with the announcement is the history of this church, showing its growth since it was holding public services in rooms 19 and 20 of the Conrad Block in 1905. Outgrowing these quarters, its services were later conducted in Conrad Hall, then in the Carnegie Library lecture room, then in the Valeria Library Building. The need of a church building being imperative, the present structure was erected in 1911 and occupied for the first time on Thanksgiving day of that year. It was dedicated free from debt three years ago.—

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