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Wallasey and Wirral Chronicle

Wallasey, Cheshire, England (Society).—The Christian Science community is rapidly spreading its influence in Wallasey, the opening in December of the local branch of The Mother Church in the substantial structure on St. Hilary's Brow attracting numbers which indicated considerable public interest in this particular school of religious thought. The new church building, attractively designed in the architecture of the Tudor period and furnished in light oak, with modern heating apparatus and every convenience, is intended only as a temporary structure. A stone edifice is to be erected around it to accommodate three hundred and fifty people. The reading desks at present in use are the work of one of the members.—Wallasey and Wirral Chronicle.

Admission to The Mother Church
May 28, 1927

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