THE STORY OF THE MOTHER CHURCH EXTENSION

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Those of you who have not yet visited Boston may wonder how The Mother Church looks. As you approach the part of the city where it is, you can see its great gray dome high above the other buildings near it. Here in the cupola above the dome are bells which ring out the hymns before church and tell the time every hour during the day.

You will not be looking at the original church that Mary Baker Eddy visited, but at The Mother Church Extension. You will have to come closer to see the little church—perhaps walk up through the church park, where rows of flowers bloom in the spring, summer, and autumn. Then you will see the Original Mother Church nestled close to the big Extension. The little church of gray granite makes a very pretty picture with its high steeple, pointed roof, and picture windows.

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