Among the Churches

Current Notes

Colorado.—Evidences of progress may be noted in the reports of church building. The Christian Scientists in Oak Creek are comfortably housed in their own church home, which cost something over three thousand one hundred dollars. Services are now being held in the new church building in in Alamosa; and work on the Durango church is progressing satisfactorily. Every Christian Science church stands as a memorial and a witness to the healing power of Christian Science in the overcoming of the various phases of mortal mind limitation.—Committee on Publication.

Marysville, Calife. (First Church).—A handsome new edifice, costing in the neighborhood of thirty-five thousand five hundred dollars, is assured for the Christian Scientists of Marysville, according to a report issued by the building committee stating that the church has become owner of the lot at Seventh and E Streets, where the old high school formerly stood. Several years ago Christian Scientists of this city formed an association and held services at the homes of different members. Later, they worshiped in Jeffersonian Hall, and for the past few years have been meeting in Odd Fellows Hall. The membership soon grew to such proportions that the association was organized into a church. Since the earliest meetings the building fund has been slowly accumulating. There will be no drive for funds to build the new church, members say, that procedure being discountenanced by The Mother Church. They will, however, accept voluntary contributions from friends.—The Appeal.

The Lectures
January 27, 1923

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