Christian Science Organization at Cornell University (Barnes Hall), Ithaca, New York, by the Clerk of the Organization, 1936–1937

We rejoice at the news of progress and growth that comes...

We rejoice at the news of progress and growth that comes to us through the letters we receive from other college organizations in this country and in England. The letters are a source of helpful thoughts, and an inspiration to us in our activity of promoting the Cause of Christian Science through our own organization.

Last year a lecture was given by a member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church. This lecture was well suited to a student audience. Early in February, this year's lecture was given and was notable not only for being a very uplifting one, but also for being the first of our lectures to be given in the Moot Court Room of Myron C. Taylor Hall, which is the new home of the Cornell Law School. This room, which is on the top floor of a wing of the building where there are no disturbing noises, made a harmonious setting for the lecture. As an expression of gratitude for the use of this room we thanked the dean of the school and presented a three months' subscription to The Christian Science Monitor to the Cornell Law Student Association for their lounge room.

Our distribution committee maintains a supply of free literature in our box at Barnes Hall, and every two weeks takes literature to the university infirmary.

Divine Sonship
June 4, 1938

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