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West London Observer

London, England (Seventh Church). —With becoming simplicity Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist, Wright's Lane, Kensington, was recently dedicated. A short dedicatory notice, containing the history of the church, was given; but otherwise the service was as usual. The service marked the completion of the building, which was begun in August, 1924. The first half of the building, comprising what is now the Sunday school, is beneath the church.

The completed building is comparable to the other fine Christian Science churches in London. The architect has given the church the essential Georgian characteristics that predominate in Kensington. The building has an austere simplicity, and its spacious interior has been conceived in a most suitable manner. There is no ornamentation, except for the rectangularly deisgned pendant lamps. The church will seat a thousand people and the Sunday school five hundred. The building of the church was carried on step by step after 1924, and at no time was it in debt.— West London Observer.

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Admission to The Mother Church
September 28, 1929

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