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Among the Churches
Boston, Massachusetts .—The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist. Sunday morning service at 10.45, Sunday evening service at 7.30 (evening service omitted during July and August), Sunday school at 10.45 a.m., and Wednesday evening meeting at 7.30 are held in the Church edifice at Norway, Falmouth, and St. Paul Streets.
Reading Rooms: 84 Boylston Street (Little Building, corner Tremont and Boylston Streets), open week days from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m., except on Wednesday, when it closes at 6.30, open Sunday from 1.30 p.m. until 6.30 p.m., and on holidays from 12 m. until 6.30 p.m.
At 333 Washington Street, opposite Milk Street, also an entrance at 24 Province Street, open week days, except holidays, from 8 a.m. until 5.30 p.m.
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Our High Objective
ROBERT STANLEY ROSS
On Being Important
MARION SUSAN CAMPBELL
Casting Down the Accuser
Learning How to Love
JANET MC CORMICK-GOODHART
The Wisdom of Daily Study
CHARLES ULLERY ALDRIDGE
The Guileless Nation
Peter V. Ross
Evelyn F. Heywood
with contributions from David P. Thayer, Bernice Railton, Nell June McCall, Grace M. Cartwright, Myrtle Curry
In an article which appeared in...
Mrs. Eddy's use of the word...
Robert E. Key
MADELYN G. COBHAM
Sunday School Notes and Comments
with contributions from Ormal L. Miller
It is with deep gratitude that I...
E. Berta Cunningham
Our Leader, Mrs. Eddy, writes...
Inza May Boyd
I have long felt the desire to...
Grace Alma Bookey
Christian Science has for many...
Reginald Victor Cullimore
I am very grateful for Christian Science,...
Myrtle Bull Kimball with contributions from Chester O. Kimball
It is my most sincere desire to...
The testimonies in The Christian Science Journal...
Edgel N. Marston
For all the blessings that have...
EMILY PATTERSON SPEAR
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Cordell Hull, Arthur Siegel, The Archbishop of York, Editorial, A Correspondent, Robert Merrill Bartlett