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Among the Churches
Toledo, Ohio (Second Church).—Throngs filled Second Church of Christ, Scientist, at Collingwood Avenue and Bancroft Street at all three dedication services recently held. The stately building, Greek in architecture, has been in use two years, but due to a rule of the church organization, no Science church may be dedicated until paid for; hence the delay of this ceremony until this year. The services followed the regular order of service, with the exception of the reading of the "History of Second Church of Christ, Scientist, in Toledo."—Toledo Blade.
Chelsea, Massachusetts (First Church).—The corner stone of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Chelsea, has recently been laid. A number of members came to take part in the simple and impressive ceremony conducted by the First and Second Readers, who read from the Bible and from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. These readings were followed by silent prayer and the audible repetition of the Lord's Prayer in unison. After the stone was in place, Mrs. Eddy's poem "Laus Deo" (Poems, p. 76) was read, and the First Reader pronounced the benediction. The ceremony was one filled with love and gratitude. It is expected that the edifice will be completed before the end of the year. This church was incorporated in 1899, shortly after Mrs. Eddy had requested that a branch of The Mother Church be established at Chelsea, and has continued as an organization recognized as a branch of The Mother Church ever since that date.—Chelsea Gazette.
Protecting the City
WILLIAM E. BROWN
"Consider the lilies"
S. ELLA SHELHAMER
The Unity of Good
GENEVIEVE P. OLSON
Putting Joy into Our Work
MABEL R. PLATO
When reading the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures"...
Charles W. J. Tennant, District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland, in the
May I be allowed space to correct certain statements...
Louis Potts, Committee on Publication for Cheshire, England, in the
A contributor's remarks in your recent issue, reprinted...
Aaron E. Brandt, Committee on Publication for the State of Pennsylvania, in the
It is generally acknowledged that officials of the public...
Hugh Stuart Campbell, Committee on Publication for the State of Illinois, in the
As a Little Child
ZILLAH EVELYN GRIMES
- Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication for the Year Ended September 30, 1925
"Friend of the friendless"
Albert F. Gilmore
Ella W. Hoag
with contributions from J. George Dietrich, Gilbert C. Carpenter, Jr., Vincent H. P. Molteno, Rachel Goss Deyo, Alfred S. Wood, Sidney Osborn, May W. Mathias
For many years, through a sense that my experience...
Esther V. McGruder
I often wonder if I can ever express my gratitude for...
Frank T. McLean
When a member of our family was healed through the...
Elizabeth P. Adams
A number of years ago, I had hay fever so severely that...
Lillie F. Greene
I have been interested in Christian Science for eight...
Ada F. Remsburg
In the year 1908, through curiosity I attended for the first...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from E. C. Phileo, William Ralph Inge