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Among the Churches
New York, New York (Fourth Church) — Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, has purchased the plot, one hundred by one hundred feet, on the west side of Fort Washington Avenue, adjoining the park property just north of One Hundred and Eighty-third Street. This parcel is located at one of the highest points on Manhattan Island. Several years ago the church erected an edifice at the northeast corner of One Hundred and Seventy-eighth Street and Fort Washington Avenue, which the Port of New York authority is taking over in with the property west of Broadway, in the blocks between One Hundred and Seventy-eighth and One Hundred and Seventy-ninth Streets, to be used as the approach to the new Hudson River Bridge. The church expects to erect a new edifice within the next year.
Kingston-on-Thames, England (First Church).—The steady growth in the number of adherents of First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Kingston and district has necessitated the provision of considerably increased church accommodation, and this week brings about the completion of the first and major par of a new church building in Penrhyn Road, Kingston. The first Christian Science church in Kingston was erected on this same site in 1911, and was a structure of wood and brick with accommodation for barely two hundred people. When the present scheme is completed there will be accommodation for twice that number in a building handsome both externally and internally and most conveniently arranged. The new front has yet to be built. The plans provide for three stories, a handsome open portico, vestibules, cloak rooms, and schoolrooms. The part already completed shows a large, handsome room with a large gallery at the rear and in front a platform with parquet flooring and circular oak paneling surrounding it, the domed ceiling being a bright blue. The church is exceptionally well lighted both naturally and artificially.—Surrey Comet.
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A Citizen of Zion
HELEN KRUSE FEY
FLORENCE E. GAUMER
LENA M. HALL
FRANCES THURBER SEAL
KATHERINE E. GODFREY
"Behold, what manner of love"
WILFRID SCOTT ILIFF
The alleged quotation from Mary Baker Eddy against...
Frank C. Ayres, Committee on Publication for the State of Indiana,
For the information of W.F.S., writing in your issue on...
Charles W. J. Tennant, District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
Referring to the news item reprinted from the Jewish Times...
William K. Kitchen, Committee on Publication for the State of New Jersey,
In an editorial appearing in a recent issue of your paper...
H. Clay Parker, Committee on Publication for the State of Arizona,
Christian Science has been the subject of several articles...
John Murray Burriss, Committee on Publication for the State of Kansas,
Christ Goes Before
- Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication for the Year Ended September 30, 1929
Albert F. Gilmore
Resisting and Overcoming Evil
In God's Keeping
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Etta L. Walker, Frank S. Chadbourne, Leon Manghum, Charles O. Parmele
Christian Science has come to my aid in so many ways...
Frances M. Hodgson
I think the wonderful truth as taught in Christian Science...
Lillie B. Scott
From the bottom of my heart I wish to testify to God's...
Anna Müller with contributions from Emil Müller
With a heart full of gratitude I offer this testimony
Stella W. Randall
Whenever I read the words, "Divine Love always has met...
Kathleen S. Wright
After many years of suffering, although under the constant...
Irene B. Renfro
My first healing in Christian Science was of tuberculosis,...
Abbie Hardie Dalseg
I wish to express my gratitude for what Christian Science...
Laura Anna Tunnell
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Stanley Baldwin, Charles T. Kornbrodt, Floyd Tomkins, Ichabod Oldfield, John Bevan, John MacInnis, J. V. Moldenhawer, Frank Howell