Among the Churches

Current Notes

Louisville Times

Louisville, Kentucky (Second Church).—Brief dedicatory services, announcing payment of all indebtedness on the church, were held Sunday morning, January 12, 1936, at the regular Communion Sunday service of Second Church of Christ, Scientist, Louisville, Kentucky.

The church was organized with eighty-three charter members and held its first services on the first Sunday in May, 1916, in Elks' Hall. The charter was obtained July 31 of the same year. During the war the capacity of this hall was strained and the church bought larger quarters.

About that time, the First Presbyterian Church, had united with the Westminster Presbyterian Church, leaving vacant its former home on Fourth Street, opposite the Louisville Free Public Library. The Christian Scientists bought this building in the spring of 1920.—Louisville Times.

The Lectures
April 10, 1937

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