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Boston, Mass. —The First Church of Christ, Scientist. Sunday services, 10:45 a.m., 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school, 10:45 a.m.; Wednesday evening meeting, 7:30 p.m., in the church edifice, Norway, Falmouth, and St. Paul Streets. The church is open to visitors Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Reading rooms: Little Building, corner of Tremont and Boylston Streets (fourth floor); open daily, except Sunday and Wednesday, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and on Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. International Trust Company Building (second floor), 45 Milk Street, near Devonshire, opposite post office; open daily, except Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Coolidge Corner Building, 1316 Beacon Street, Brookline; open daily, except Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Creston, Iowa.—The dedication of First Church of Christ, Scientist, took place yesterday morning [March 30]. The first formal organization of Christian Science here was in 1897, and on October 12, 1899, the church was incorporated, nine people signing their names as charter members. The Sunday school was organized at that time, and the Wednesday evening testimony meetings were also held. In 1908 the church moved to 503 West Adams Street, where meetings were held until 1917, when a more suitable place for holding services was desired. No such place seemed available, so the members decided to build. A fund had been started some time previously, and soon a lot centrally located at 104 North Oak Street was purchased. In April, 1918, the first contracts were awarded, and ground was broken in May. The corner stone was laid August 30. The church was practically finished January 17, 1919, and the first Sunday service was held two days later.
"If two of you shall agree"
PAUL A. HARSCH
To Always Know
LILLIAN J. MC ARTHUR
Journeying to Damascus
SAMUEL C. ALLSOP
A Visit to Mrs. Eddy's Memorial
MARY HATCH HARRISON
The Path of Progress
To those who do not understand Christian Science it...
W. Stuart Booth
In painful contrast to the plan for uniting the different...
Hugh S. Hughes, Jr.,
Although commending the optimism of Christian Science...
Aaron E. Brandt
"Traveler," whose letter about the proposed new Medical...
George R. Lowe
Christian Science is absolutely in accord with Christianity...
Evelyn A. S. Bull
William P. McKenzie
Past and Present
Annie M. Knott
"Two baskets of figs"
William D. McCrackan
Admission to Membership in The Mother Church
Charles E. Jarvis
with contributions from G. C. Walker, George E. Perley, William R. Conner, Cuthbert S. Booth
In April, 1911, I found Christian Science, and as a little...
Orville C. Clark
Words cannot express my gratitude for Christian Science
Florence B. Smalley
A little more than five years ago I was trying, in weariness...
Rosa E. Merryman
Several years ago I became interested in Christian Science
H. E. Taylor with contributions from C. Taylor
Since I became a student of Christian Science, about...
A deep sense of humility and love impels me to write...
Alice D. Brewer
I wish to give this testimony of the healing of so-called...
Gertrude S. Rogers
As I think over all the good that has come to me since I...
Blanche Moscrip Schauland
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Moorfield Story