Among the Churches

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Quincy, Mass.—Dedicatory services were held yesterday [Nov.2] at the Christian Science church on Greenleaf Street.

The Quincy church owes its beginning to the efforts of a loyal student of Mary Baker Eddy, formerly living in Brain-tree, through whose efforts a meeting was held May 3, 1901, in a private house at Braintree with six persons present. The number increased until twenty or more attended the service, and then a Christian Science Society was organized and public meetings were held in Pythian Hall. On December 29 a Sunday school was formed with ten pupils.

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