Report of Christian Science Committee on Publication for Berkshire, England

An application for an address on Christian Science to be given to the Toc H Group of Women Helpers, at Maidenhead, was received by the county Committee on Publication. An interview was held with the secretary of this group, and a meeting took place at the secretary's home. The address read by the county Committee had previously been approved by The Christian Science Board of Directors. The group was newly formed, and a few of their friends were invited. The evening was very wet and dark, and the members of the Toc H Women Helpers League, with those of their friends who lived in the town, arrived on foot to hear this address, and subsequently thanked the Committee for addressing them.

Articles reprinted from The Christian Science Monitor have been sent at intervals to the Wokingham Press. The editor of this newspaper (The Times & Weekly News) published during the year some information which he thought would be of service to members of His Majesty's Forces. This he had collected in reply to a letter from one of them stating difficulties encountered in registering the religious denominations to which they belonged. The soldier in question was ignorant of the fact that every member of His Majesty's Forces is entitled to register under the religious denomination to which he belongs. The religious denominations in the Army under which a soldier may register include the religion of Christian Science.

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