The Christian Science Monitor Committee

A Committee of Seven appointed by The Christian Science Board of Directors to forward the interests of The Christian Science Monitor in the local district of The Mother Church, with headquarters at 236 Huntington Avenue, held a meeting Monday evening, October 30, which filled to its capacity the main floor of the original edifice of The Mother Church. Officers of The Mother Church, members of subcommittees, department heads of the Publishing Society, and those directly interested in the production and distribution of the Monitor took part in the meeting, which was opened by singing one of our Leader's hymns and reading from the Bible and writings of Mrs. Eddy.

The secretary of the Central Committee explained that Subcommittee B, composed of seventy local members of The Mother Church, is divided into seven groups, a member of the main committee directing the work of each group. Separate meetings are planned for each group, and all are to work first among Christian Scientists. They will also obtain names of other persons who may be interested in receiving sample copies of the Monitor and become subscribers. It is expected that the activity of the Committee of Seventy working with the Committee of Seven will bring splendid results.

November 1, 1922

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