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Note: Christian Science churches are dedicated only when free from debt.
Braintree, Massachusetts (First Church).
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Braintree, formally dedicated its new edifice at 250 Washington Street, with morning and evening services, on Sunday, October 21, 1945. The usual Sunday service was augmented by the reading of a brief history of the church.
In 1901, several Christian Scientists began meeting in private homes to conduct informal Sunday services, and these gatherings soon culminated in the formation of a church. During the next ten years the church services were held in various places in Braintree—first in Pythian Hall in Storrs Square, later in a remodeled private home on the corner of Washington and Webster Streets, and finally in Long's Block.
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Maintaining Our "first love"
HORACE A. PULLAR
The Joy of Forgiving
LAURA E. LOVETT GUSTUS
THOMAS LOVATT WILLIAMS
Patience, Courage, Meekness
ELSIE M. LE FEVRE
"The axe is laid unto the root"
"An house not made with hands"
KATHLEEN MARION COOPER
BARBARA H. ALDEN
"Lift up thine eyes"
OLIVE E. DVORAK
God Holds My Hand
DOROTHY DOLE SEYMOUR
"Hast thou heard the secret of God?"
John Randall Dunn
"Thou art mine"
Paul Stark Seeley
Letters to the Press from Christian Science Committees on Publication
D. F. J. Harricks
An experience I had some...
David F. Algie
The Christian Science practitioner...
Leah L. Fowler
When I was a student in high school...
Allen Embury Hyatt
Christian Science was first mentioned...
Grace Ferguson Reid
Christian Science came to me...
Hazel K. Smith
I am grateful for the opportunity...
Percy F. Wormer
Paul said (II Cor. 5:8), "We...
Elizabeth M. H. Cole with contributions from Howard R. Cole
The Prism of Humility
BENJAMIN STURGIS PRAY
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Royce Brier, Charles A. Ellwood, Joy Elmer Morgan, C. Moore, Allen E. Claxton, M. Eugene Van Nostrand