Are you sure?
This bookmark will be removed from all folders and any saved notes will be permanently removed.
Among the Churches
The Evening Capital
Annapolis, Maryland (First Church).—Services for the dedication of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Annapolis, Maryland, were held April 4, 1937, at eleven o'clock in the morning and again at four in the afternoon. There was a large attendance at both services.
The interior of the church is designed along Colonial lines, finished in cream and mahogany. The Colonial pews give a seating capacity of one hundred and forty-four.
D. MURIEL SAVARY
Daily Food for Thought
GEORGE H. READ
Giving a Testimony
ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
Progress, the Law of Love
MARY F. KINGSTON
"Think on these things"
CLARA J. AUCHMOODY
Choosing a Career
FRANK THOMAS WESTBURY
A letter in "The Pulse of the Public" (July 1) contains...
George Channing, Committee on Publication for Northern California,
In his letter published in your issue of May 21 last, a...
Raymond N. Harley, Committee on Publication for Transvaal, South Africa,
My attention has been drawn to your issue of June 15,...
Capt. John W. E. Gilhespy, Committee on Publication for Devonshire, England,
What Hast Thou?
FLORENCE E. GLASS
Violet Ker Seymer
Suffering Is Not of God
George Shaw Cook
with contributions from William H. Siebert, Donald S. Jordan, Delbert D. Gillette, Ernst Weilenmann
For some time I have wished to express my gratitude for...
Anna M. Michel with contributions from Emil Michel
For a few of the many healings I have had through the...
Walter B. Hinkle
When Christian Science was first presented to me by a...
Mary E. Riegel
So many have been my blessings due to the study of...
Elsie Maude Carding
Words can never express my gratitude for all that Christian Science...
Arthur A. Jacqmin
When I was a young child, my mother was led to Christian Science...
Mercedes M. Beattie
I want to express my gratitude for Christian Science and...
Elizabeth M. Wilson
A Song of Confidence
OMA OLNA MARTIN
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Leonard A. Parr, Peter Ogilvie, W. B. Davies, Edward Ellery, Paul Rugg