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Among the Churches
Coloma, Michigan (Society). —Dedication services for the new church building erected by Christian Science Society, Coloma, were held on Sunday, September 28, 1941, in the morning and the afternoon.
The first meeting for organization of a Christian Science Society in Coloma was held in the Park Hotel on September 6, 1914. Officers were elected and regular services were instituted. A charter from the state was granted on November 20, 1919. In December, 1919, a residence building and lot were purchased, and the debt on this property was canceled in April, 1925. Services were conducted in this building until July, 1931, at which date the structure was razed, so that a new one might be erected. Services were later held in the Odd Fellows Hall and in the basement of the State Bank of Coloma. On April 18, 1941, ground was broken for the erection of the present church edifice, and the cornerstone was laid on May 12, 1941. The first service was held in the new church on July 6, 1941. Christian Science churches are not dedicated until they are free from debt.—Courier.
The Christian Warfare
JEWEL ANNETTE DRICKAMER
Leaning on God
MALCOLM W. BAYLEY
"Imbibe the spirit"
ETHEL M. BARTLETT
The True Meaning of Wilderness
CAROL BOOTH SIMON
JAMES G. MAC DERMID
The Beautiful and Real
MARY LEE GOUGH NAY
Faith, Understanding, Achievement
George Shaw Cook
Evelyn F. Heywood
with contributions from Margaret B. Jordan
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J. Latimer Davis
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William K. Primrose
EMILY PATTERSON SPEAR
I am one of that vast army who...
Gladys Inez Merkel
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I am indeed grateful to God for...
Frederick Leland Sargent
Christian Science has brought...
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Esther H. Bedore
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I shall always be grateful for the...
After a beautiful healing in...
Lena L. Curtis
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William T. Duff
JAMES MONTEITH ERSKINE
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Herbert Barnes, John H. Muller, Fred A. Line