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Atlanta, Georgia (Second Church).—Dedication services of Second Church of Christ, Scientist, Atlanta, were held in the morning, afternoon, and evening, in the church edifice, at Fourth and Juniper Streets, on Sunday, January 29, 1939. A brief history of the church was read at each service.
Second Church of Christ, Scientist, was organized on September 30, 1920. In 1923, a charter was received from the state of Georgia. The first public service was held in Edison Hall, Peachtree and Ellis Streets. The same day a Sunday school was formed.
Armaments of Peace
Surrendering to God
FLORENCE IRENE GUBBINS
The Privilege of Class Instruction
HELEN DREGGE TRIPP
"Lift up your heads"
JOSEPHINE F. HOWARD
JOHN S. SAMMONS
MARY EVELYN CAMPBELL
Dare to Stand for Truth!
JEANNE MARIE ROE PRICE
Love Leads the Way
A Christian Science period in the Columbia West Coast...
Columbia West Coast "Church of the Air" talk over Columbia Broadcasting System stations in western United States, by Albert C. Oakley,
Christian Science Changes Human Viewpoints
"The heart of prayer"
Evelyn F. Heywood
with contributions from Benjamin M. Hulsh, Grayce R. Dudley, Arthur Ayres, Volney W. Shepard, John Lawrence Sinton, Earl R. Barnes, John Carver MacLaren, Ray F. Earles, Eulah B. Reid, Margaret W. Marshall
A little over nine years ago I was healed overnight of a...
Pearl M. Renner
Christian Science came into my life just in time to save...
If by writing this testimony of the healing of cancer...
Helen C. Brown
It was not until I had experienced much unhappiness...
Edith J. Nelson
I should like to express my sincere gratitude for Christian Science...
Marjorie M. Turner with contributions from Dennis R. Turner
Christian Science is a religion of Love
Viola R. Albrecht with contributions from Caroline B. Albrecht, Mabel D. McCann
There Is No Place Where Love Is Not
DOROTHEA STURDIVANT FAGAN
Signs of the Times
with contributions from H. M. King George VI, Barnett E. Marks, Henry Trumper, George H. Hillerman