Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

Cheshire, England.

It was the Committee's privilege to read a paper approved by The Christian Science Board of Directors to two groups of non-Scientists, the first, a Toc H Group in Bebbington, Birkenhead, and the second, a branch of the Student Christian Movement at the Cheshire County Training College, Crewe. The first meeting was held in a loft over a stable on a bitterly cold evening in early January. So cold was the loft that overcoats had to be worn in spite of a brightly burning fire. Nevertheless, the small audience listened to the reading of the paper with the greatest interest, and afterwards expressed their gratitude for having had the opportunity of hearing something of the truth about Christian Science. Even greater interest was shown by the students at the Crewe College, who expressed their keen appreciation of the paper, and their pleasure on receiving copies of the Journal, Sentinel, and Monitor, which were presented to them.

"Is not the life more than meat?"
October 2, 1937

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