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Among the Churches
Manawatu Evening Standard
Palmerston North, New Zealand (First Church).—Costing twenty-two hundred pounds, the new building erected in Church Street for First Church of Christ, Scientist, has now been completed, and the opening services will be held in it tomorrow [June 11, 1933]. The edifice, which has striking architectural features, is an example of what can be done in difficult times by coöperation and trust.
Several years ago a band of Christian Science students commenced holding services in the house of one of their number. The attendance grew and a room was hired in Rangitikei Street, where services were held for a few years. About two years ago it was decided that the time was opportune to discuss a church building scheme. The congregation had, in the meantime, grown to such an extent that a larger room was procured in Broadway. Plans had been prepared and the proposal reached fruition when, at the commencement of the present year, the construction of the much-needed building was begun.
Church Membership According to the Pattern
EZRA W. PALMER
"The brook in the way"
IDA FLORENCE SAWYER
Unfoldment, the Result of Going Forward
JUNE F. FLANDERS
"The sustaining infinite"
FRANK S. VERNON
PEARL E. WEST
LINDEN E. JONES
The First Case
JULIA M. JOHNSTON
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Message and Messengers
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Jessie D. Houston, Clara M. Losee, Jane Elizabeth Harrison, Anna Cady Schuster, Maude West Baker, Mary Alexia Cusack, E. Merritt Weidner
I wish to express my sincere gratitude for the many...
Rhea M. Fourman
In the early part of 1923 I was urged by some friends...
Dorothy Annie Moore
I have been interested in Christian Science for over...
George B. Owens
It is eleven years since I first heard of Christian Science...
Hermann H. Trenne
Because of my heartfelt gratitude for all that Christian Science...
Florence E. B. Warren
Since girlhood I have enjoyed the many blessings which...
Lillian Elvira Benson
It is with a great sense of love and gratitude that I send...
Florence M. Erskine with contributions from Percy C. Ainsworth
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Harold T. Janes, C. H. S. Matthews, F. Townley Lord, Augustus Field Beard