Among the Churches

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Greeley, Colo .—The Christian Scientists dedicated their new church building Sunday afternoon [March 16] with appropriate dedicatory exercises.

Christian Science work in Greeley began as a direct result of healing work previously done, and nine persons met at a private home on July 27, 1902, to hear the Christian Science service read. During the following week an upper room in the Park Place Building was rented for services, and on August 27 of that year a Christian Science organization was formed. Soon the increasing attendance necessitated a change into more commodious quarters, and this move was therefore made on December 2, 1903, when the upper floor of the Sutor Building was rented. Here a reading room was also established.

In the spring of 1904 the first Christian Science lecture in Greely was delivered. Again progress dictated a move to larger quarters, and May 1, 1910, temporary meeting rooms were secured in the Centural Business College. These were used until November 15 of the same year, when the association moved to a room in The Farmers Trust Building, where services were held until the present church home was ready for occupancy. At this place the reading room was also conducted on a larger scale, and the lending library was started with the assistance of the Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy.

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The Lectures
May 24, 1919

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