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In a recent issue of the Christian Science Sentinel, one who contributes a testimony of healing has written: "I count among my greatest treasures membership in The Mother Church." Men and women, and children above the age of twelve years, may apply for membership if they believe in the doctrines of Christian Science presented in its platform and teaching found in the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
Twice each year applicants are admitted to membership by The Christian Science Board of Directors (see Manual, Art. XIII, Sect. 2). Applications to be considered for the next admission must reach the Clerk not later than September 29, 1947. The admission date is November 7, 1947. If those who wish to take this step will forward their applications as early as possible rather than wait until near the closing date, it will greatly facilitate the work in the Clerk's office. Approvers are responsible for the accuracy of the applications and for securing the necessary countersignatures. An Instruction Folder which explains simply and thoroughly all that is required in applying for membership accompanies each application. Please give special attention to the paragraph on page 2 entitled "Form 2."
Application banks for membership in The Mother Church may be obtained from practitioners listed in The Christian Science Journal, from clerks of branch churches and societies, and society, or at the Reading Rooms. Applications may also be obtained from Gordon V. Comer, Clerk, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston 15, Massachusetts.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
THE OLD SWIVEL CHAIR
HERBERT E. RIEKE
SONS OF GOD NOW
GRACE R. WHITE
Marion D. Raymond
THE SEARCH FOR HAPPINESS
HENRY J. ARMSTRONG
Delos Edward Johnson
DEMONSTRATING PERFECTION THROUGH REFLECTION
NELL AMNA SHELTON
TRUE SELF-GOVERNMENT CANNOT FAIL
RICHARD C. SHAW
THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF SEPARATION
COSETTE E. COLBY
"A VERY PRESENT HELP"
MARGUERITE LITTLE YOUNG
Constance Emma Britton
A DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE— AND DEPENDENCE
John Randall Dunn
"O THOU THAT HEAREST PRAYER"
Paul Stark Seeley
LETTERS TO THE PRESS
with contributions from Mary Burrow Johnson, Colin Rücker Eddison
GOD HAS ANSWER
Wilhelmina Belle Barnes
"To live so as to keep human...
It is with a desire to express my...
Ida Bryant White
My family and I have been...
Robert O. Beckham with contributions from May Kibbels
In a telegram sent to Mary Baker Eddy...
The following quotation from...
Sophie Bee with contributions from Norma Browne
THE MASTER'S TOUCH
Signs of the Times
with contributions from H. F. Rall, Clarence R. Skinner, Albert J. Lindsey, Harry Taylor, James Reid