Among the Churches

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Courtland, California (Society).—Christian Science Society, Courtland, which first met at Vorden after its organization and later moved to the high school auditorium at Courtland, purchased two lots in April, 1926, on the corner of Walnut and First Avenues, in a restricted residence section in the clampett tract, Walnut Grove. Ground was broken for its future home in December, 1926. The corner stone has been laid and the building, which is to have an auditorium that will seat approximately one hundred and fifty people, and a Sunday school room which will also be used as a Reading Room for the present, is under construction. The building will be a one-story L-shaped stucco bungalow type and will be fully equipped.—Sacramento Union.

North Attleboro, Massachusetts (First Church).—First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Attleboro are now holding services in their newly acquired church property on County Street, the building formerly occupied by the All Saints Episcopal Church. The seating capacity of the building is one hundred and sixty, which can be increased to two hundred when the need arises. Sunday school and Reading Room facilities are in the lower part of the building. The new church building and splendid auditorium equipped with organ, provide ample and harmonious surroundings for the growing membership comprised of the Attleboros and adjacent territory.—Attleboro Evening Chronicle.

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Admission to The Mother Church
June 25, 1927

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