Among the Churches

Current Notes

Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania (First Church).—First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Wilkinsburg has recently held its first service in its new church edifice at 712 Wallace Avenue. This is the first unit or Sunday school room, which will be utilized for both the church and the Sunday school services for the present. The Reading Room at Penn Avenue has been moved to the church edifice.—Wilkinsburg Progress

Stonington, Maine (Society).—Two services of dedication were held in the new chapel on Seabreeze Avenue, by the Christian Science Society of Stonington. The chapel is in bungalow style, twenty-four by thirty-six feet. The main room is cheerful and attractive, due to plenty of light coming through the white windows and to the cream-tinted walls and white ceiling, which are of plaster board, paneled off attractively with California redwood. After the first impression of the room is gained, perhaps that which claims the attention mostly are the two mottoes painted to blend perfectly with the colors of the room. One expresses the words of Christ Jesus, "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free;" the other is from page 494 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, "Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need."—Portland Press Herald

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The Lectures
December 13, 1924

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