THE subject of congregational singing in Christian Science churches is one that merits careful attention, impressing the stranger, as it does, with a sense of power and joy when the hymns are well rendered. A not inconsiderable part of the time allotted to each service is occupied by congregational singing, and it is one of the avenues through which each one may assist in voicing the healing message.
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