Among the Churches

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Saskatoon Daily Star

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada (First Church).—In 1908 the local students of Christian Science found themselves in a position to fulfill the requirements of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, to organize a branch church in Saskatoon. Last year a site having a frontage of one hundred feet was purchased for the church building. The location is one of the most favorable. It is within view of the river and the University of Saskatchewan campus. The building will accommodate three hundred persons, if the spacious vestibule is thrown into the main building. The exterior finish is stucco. Speaking of the new church a member said, "When the extension to The Mother Church was opened in Boston in 1906, the Boston Globe remarked (Miscellany, p. 73), 'If you ask a Christian Scientist how they do it, the reply will be in the form of a quotation from Science and Health (p. 494), "Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need."'"—Saskatoon Daily Star.

Notes from the Publishing House
November 11, 1922

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