Among the Churches

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Rensselaer, Ind. —The Rensselaer Christian Science Society held its first service in its new quarters last Sunday [Jan. 12]. Church and Sunday school services have been held heretofore at private residences, but on account of the growth of the society it became necessary to occupy the former Methodist Protestant Church at Clark and Van Rensselaer Streets, which was purchased by the society some time ago. Temporary repairs have been made and furnishings installed, and extensive improvements will be made in remodeling the building, adding a basement, Sunday school room, and heating plant.—The Rensselaer Republican.

Mystic, Conn.—Services were held for the first time on Sunday morning [Jan. 5] in the pretty new Christian Science church in Gravel Street. The dedicatory services will be arranged for a little later date. One of the street's ancient landmarks, the Captain Kemp property, has been entirely remodeled and enlarged to make the new church, and the result is a handsome structure. The seating capacity is one hundred and twenty-five.—New London Day.

March 22, 1919
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