Among the Churches

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Berlin, New Hampshire (Society).—Dedication services were held on the fifth of February by Christian Science Society of Berlin, New Hampshire, in their new church building, corner of Main and Tenth Streets. The services were simple but impressive. Heartfelt gratitude and thankfulness were deeply expressed. The lot, which contains more than sixteen thousand square feet of land, and is beautifully located near the banks of the Androscoggin River, was purchased by the society a few years ago; but the structure, which is of bungalow type, was not commenced until last fall. The building has a seating capacity for sixty-five people, with plenty of space to enlarge when more room is needed. There is also land enough left to build a larger church. There is a Reading Room in the building, where authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed, or purchased.—Berlin Reporter.

Morgan Hill, California (Society).—The Christian Science Society of Morgan Hill is now occupying its own church home, the church edifice at the corner of Monterey Street and Diana Avenue, recently purchased by the society from the state board of trustees of the Christian church. The Christian Science Society consummated the purchase of this property about October 1, and the building has undergone rehabilitation. The edifice will provide a splendid home for its new occupants, and its acquisition evidences a commendable zeal and cooperation on the part of the Christian Scientists of the community in the cause of their religion.

The property is ideally located, almost in the center of the town, on a spacious corner lot. The building is attractive and commodious, and well adapted to the use of the new owners. The auditorium has a seating capacity of about three hundred. Adjoining is a large room that will be used by the Sunday school, and also as a Reading Room, which is an established adjunct of Christian Science churches.

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Admission to The Mother Church
April 28, 1928

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