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Nassau Daily Review

ROCKVILLE CENTER, New York (First Church).—Three services, morning, afternoon, and evening, marked the opening of the Reading Room and Sunday school unit of First Church of Christ, Scientist, on Morris Avenue, between Cedar and Raymond Streets. The services were the first to be held in the beautiful church structure, built along the English Tudor lines of architecture in brick and stone, with a sweeping roof of variegated slate. The interior also reflects the old English style, in finish and design. The main floor of the Sunday school auditorium, which for a time will be used for the regular Sunday morning and Wednesday night services, seats two hundred and fifty persons. The basement floor accommodates about as many children, and is being used as a Sunday school room at present. Looking to future expansion, the Sunday school and Reading Room units were constructed in such a fashion as to make possible the addition at a later date of the principal church building, designs for which already have been completed.

Nassau Daily Review

Admission to The Mother Church
May 9, 1931

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