Among the Churches

Current Notes

Bronxville, New York (First Church).—Ground has now been broken for the foundation of the Christian Science church, on the property adjoining the Sunday school structure at the corner of Garden and Tanglewylde Avenues. The church will seat four hundred and thirty-five when completed. The architecture of the church is Colonial, of brick with white wood trim, and will be entirely in keeping with the simplicity and sincerity of the village atmosphere. The present building, which is now being used both for the church services and the Sunday school, has been spoken of as particularly true to its Colonial prototypes, even in the smallest details such as the dentils under the cornice, the shutter irons, and the scale of the dormer windows.—Bronxville Review.

Denver, Colorado (Fifth Church).—Construction work to complete Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist, East Colfax Avenue and Columbine Street, will be started at once. The basement Sunday school rooms, temporarily roofed, are now completed and are being used by the congregation. The church will be finished next spring. It will face the esplanade entrance of City Park on Colfax Avenue. It will be of Italian design with brick and terra cotta trimmings. The auditorium will seat eight hundred persons.—Evening News.

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Admission to The Mother Church
December 8, 1928

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