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Among the Churches
PORT CHESTER, NEW YORK (First Church).—Following the filing of their certificate of incorporation, the members of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Port Chester, have acquired three lots on the corner of Leicester Street and Irving Avenue, upon which they hope to erect, at some future date, an edifice dedicated to their precepts. The lots are most desirable, being situated diagonally across from the Masonic Temple, now in the course of construction. They cover one hundred and four and one half feet on Irving Avenue and one hundred and seventy-eight feet on Leicester Street. No plans have been made as yet for the erection of a building, the acquiring of the property being merely a tentative step in planning for the future.—Port Chester Daily Item
ELYRIA, OHIO (First Church).—The Christian Science church of this city has now been dedicated. The local Scientists are rejoicing that the recent canceling of the church mortgage made this dedication possible.
The Christian Science Sentinel
ANNE CLEVELAND CHENEY
Activity and Supply
EDWIN H. ANDREW
"Wash, and be clean"
ELIZABETH HAYWARD GARDNER
EMILY W. DENNISTON
MILDRED G. HACKNEY
"Go ye into all the world"
MALCOLM SHERWOOD FIELD
CAROLYN W. GREENE
In a recent issue of your paper there appeared an account...
Miss Kate E. Andreae, Committee on Publication for Sussex, England,
In an issue of recent date you reported a sermon by a...
Judge Herbert L. Standeven, Committee on Publication for the State of Oklahoma,
In an issue of recent date, a writer for one of your columns,...
Edgar McLeod, Committee on Publication for Northern California,
Our friend will agree that in obedience to his command...
John W. Harwood, Committee on Publication for Lancashire, England,
In presenting the religious tenets of Christian Science in...
W. Stuart Booth, Committee on Publication for the State of Colorado,
Will you allow me space to correct what seems to be a...
Miss Florence B. Russell, Committee on Publication for Hampshire, England,
Sunset and Dawn
EDITH MAE BRISAC
ALBERT F. GILMORE
Truth Antidotes Error
Changing Our Standpoint
ELLA W. HOAG
with contributions from Geraldine Rede, Louise G. Bayer, Alexander B. Schoerke, Albert John Windle, Helen M. Hemingway
It was just six years ago that Christian Science was first...
JOHN WILLIAM FAIERS
For a long time I suffered greatly from a mental and...
I wish to add my testimony to those of many others,...
PAUL D. CRANDALL
As a child I wondered why we did not more fully practice...
I wish to express my gratitude for some of the blessings...
With deep gratitude I wish to testify to the wonderful...
"Divine Love always has met and always will meet every...
EDITH C. PARMELEE
That God is "a very present help in trouble," and that...
DOROTHY C. LAKEMAN
Signs of the Times
with contributions from W. Hughes Jones