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Among the Churches
Greenfield, Massachusetts (First Church).—The history of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Greenfiled, was read by the First Reader at the three services of the dedication of the church on Sunday, June 26, 1938.
The history follows in part: "In the autumn of 1904, an earnest group of local students who had been reading the weekly Lesson-Sermons in the Christian Science Quarterly, prepared by the Bible Lesson Committee of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, assembled in a private residence and there held the first service of what is now known as First Church of Christ, Scientist, Greenfield.
"Regular Sunday services were held there until an increased attendance necessitated the rental of a public meeting place. Two rooms were secured in the Elm House Building, standing at that time on Main Street. At this time, as provided for in the Manual of The Mother Church, Wednesday evening testimony meetings were held, a Sunday school established, and a free Reading Room and lending library, to which the public was cordially invited, was opened. On December 11, 1905, members of The Mother Church resident in Greenfield organized, under the provisions of the Manual of The Mother Church, the Christian Science Society of Greenfield.
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ETHEL M. MC CANDLESS
STANLEY C. MORGAN
"Give ye them to eat"
Beginning with Perfection
ORIEL R. BURNEY
"Happiness is spiritual"
DOROTHY MOSELEY BARSON
How Rich Am I?
IDELLE G. BERKSON
Travel of Mind
ETHEL DANIELS HUBBARD
Love Never Faileth
ANNA STANTON LAY
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John M. Dean, Committee on Publication for the State of Tennessee,
Although most wonderful cases of healing are continually...
Stanley Sheen, Committee on Publication for Yorkshire, England,
ANNE H. BROGAN
The Reward of Overcoming
George Shaw Cook
with contributions from William F. Shriver, Otto Bertschi, Daisie Gibbs Koss, John Lawrence Sinton, Hilda K. Lind
I came to Christian Science not for the healing of physical...
Ethel Shaw Pratt
With deepest gratitude to God I am impelled to give...
It has been said that Christian Science is a religion of...
Nancy E. Plaskett
In 1910 Christian Science was brought into our home
Harriet Marjorie Hedrick with contributions from Everette J. Hedrick
"God is Love."
If there ever was a man "born again" I am such a one
Kendall D. Stuart
Twenty years ago I became interested in Christian Science...
THE SUNSET HOUR
ELLA A. STONE
Signs of the Times
with contributions from William Stanford, Orien W. Fifer, Canon Wilkinson