Among the Churches

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La Junta, Colo. —The Christian Science Society of La Junta, Colo., which has been holding meetings in Harmony Hall, held its first service in a newly completed building last Sunday.

The building, which is of white pressed brick, was erected at a cost of approximately $15,000. It is located on the southeast corner of Seventh and Santa Fe Streets. The auditorium, which has a seating capacity of two hundred and fifty, is separated from the foyer by French doors which can be folded back when more room is needed. The foyer includes built-in window seats, cloakrooms, lavatories, and a small room for books.

The large white bowls for lighting, which are suspended on brass chains from the ceiling, are the gift of the children of the Sunday school. The interior decoration is in cream and old ivory, the woodwork and beamed ceiling being in early English style.—Denver (Colo.) News.

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March 11, 1922

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