Among the Churches

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Los Angeles Post-Record

Los Angeles, California (Fourteenth Church).—Dedicatory services were conducted Sunday, December 16, 1934, in the morning and evening, in Fourteenth church of Christ, Scientist.

A Christian Science Society was organized in Culver City in 1917 as an outgrowth of healing that was accomplished through the teachings of this religion. Services were conducted at first in a private home. The growth of the society was substantial, and in 1922 it became Fourteenth Church of Christ, Scientist, Los Angeles, a branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. At this time a lot was purchased, and in about two years an edifice in the English-Colonial style was erected. Subsequently, a substantial addition was built to the edifice.

In the Christian Science denomination, churches are not dedicated until all indebtedness on the property has been paid in full. Since the building of Fourteenth Church is now free from debt, it was dedicated at the Sunday services.—Los Angeles Post-Record.

The Lectures
May 4, 1935

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