Christian Science War Relief Work

The Christian Science Wartime Committee in the United Kingdom are daily receiving tangible proof of the value of the relief work undertaken by The Mother Church in the distressed areas. Thanks to the splendid consignments of clothing that are reaching us from Boston, almoners appointed by the churches throughout the United Kingdom have many and varied opportunities of succoring those who have suddenly been deprived of comfortable homes and all their normal supply of clothing. To take the needed garments to people in such a plight quicly is the very essence of this kind of work, and a few excerpts from letters received will convey some idea of what it means to the recipients.

From a Recipient: "My husband and I, and our three girls, were rendered homeless as the result of enemy action on our house on Merseyside. We escaped wearing only night clothing and top coats. We are most grateful for the various articles of clothing received, and we understand it is from your Committee that the clothing has been sent. May your good work continue, as there are thousands in need of help over here."

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"With one accord"
August 9, 1941
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