Notes from the Publishing Society

Wartime Activities

An interesting account of the wartime activities carried on by The Mother church during World War II is being published this month. This new book, "The Story of Christian Science Wartime Activities, 1939-1946," gives a clear though necessarily condensed account of the work done by the Camp Welfare Activities, the War Relief Committees, the Christian Science Chaplains, Wartime Ministers, and volunteer Wartime Workers.

The book is well illustrated with pictures taken in many parts of the world showing the Service Centers, Rest Rooms, and chapels where men and women in the armed forces studied, and attended Christian Science services. Price $3.00.


Christian Science treatment from authorized Christian Science Workers is available, without charge, to veterans in government hospitals who are interested in Christian Science. Relatives and friends may send in the name of a veteran in a hospital to Manager, Camp Welfare Activities, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston 15, Massachusetts, and this information will be promptly sent on to the Worker calling at the specified hospital.

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May 24, 1947

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