Our Shop Windows

In a busy city thoroughfare a student of Christian Science stopped to observe a new shop window strikingly different from others along the street. A bowl of flowers was placed harmoniously against a simple curtain, which screened the light and spacious room behind it. Near the front were open books, inviting perusal. Peace, beauty, harmony seemed to flow from the attractive exhibition. The newest and smallest church in the great city, a branch Church of Christ, Scientist, had established its Reading Room.

The street was in the principal shopping and residential district, a much-used highway along which the student often passed. The window close upon the pavement, attractive throughout the day and brightly lighted throughout the night, served as a beacon of hope and refreshment to passers-by, giving evidence of the secure establishment of the church which maintained the Reading Room.

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