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Thanksgiving Day Service
Employees in many defense plants, and in governmental departments and agencies, are expected to work on all holidays, with the exception of Christmas. This means that adherents of Christian Science so engaged may not be able to attend the Thanksgiving Service customarily held by Christian Science churches and societies in the forenoon of Thanksgiving Day.
Under these conditions branch churches may feel free to hold their Thanksgiving Service in the morning, afternoon, or evening, of Thanksgiving Day, in order that those required to be at their post of duty on that day may have an opportunity to attend. Or, there would be no objection to the holding of more than one service on Thanksgiving Day, if that is desired.
Lecture in The Mother Church
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Oscar Graham Peeke, C.S.B.. a member of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship, in the Church Edifice, Norway, Falmouth, and St. Paul Streets, on Monday evening. November 15. 1943. at 7.45 o'clock. The public is cordially invited.
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The System of Christian Science
ERIC W. CARR
MABEL REED HYZER
A Rule of Deep Import
VINTON A. HOLBROOK
Home Is Heaven
JOAN MARIE SCOTT
We Can Overcome Fear
CORA CATHERINE MASON
THE HON. FRANCES PORTER
J. ARTHUR R. STEVENSON
Am I Ready for Church Membership?
John Randall Dunn
Evelyn F. Heywood
In a magnificent speech, the...
Robert E. Key
"I love the Lord, because he...
Elmer F. Montgomery
About ten years ago I took up...
Dorothy E. Ross
Out of a heart grateful for what...
Words are inadequate to express...
Gladys L. Haigis
I am so grateful for Christian Science...
Ten years ago I became interested...
Elizabeth L. MacBean
For the past quarter of a century...
Verl O. Cram
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