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Note: Christian Science churches are dedicated only when free from debt.
Ketchikan, Alaska (First Church).
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Ketchikan, has been dedicated. The building was started early in 1946 on Main Street and represents the untiring efforts of the local membership of the church.
Christian Science was first introduced into Ketchikan about 1905, when an interested group began reading together informally. The first public Christian Science services were held sometime in 1908 on Mission Street. Christian Science Society, Ketchikan, was organized in 1912, but dissolved in 1915 because of the absence of so many members from the city. Services were continued, however, and the Deppy Building, a one-room building on the present site of the Ketchikan Public Utilities, was obtained, and services were continued there until the fall of 1919. Subsequent services were held in the Red Men, Masonic, and Eagle Halls and the present Masonic Temple.
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WHAT ARE OUR MOTIVES?
SEEING THE PERFECT MAN
GEORGE W. LEDBETTER
THE SEED WITHIN ITSELF
MILDRED E. HYDE
DENNEY W. BRANKLE
TESTIMONY, AND A NOTE OF PRAISE
GLADYS P. DOMERATZKY
"LET YOUR LIGHT SO SHINE"
ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
"I WILL NOT LET THEE GO"
MARY POWELL HOWE
Louise S. Darcy
THE WARFARE THAT IS GRAND
Helen Wood Bauman
How often I have wished it were...
Mary Harriet Kettering
I am most grateful for Christian Science
Many years ago, when I was...
In the Christian Science textbook,...
Mary Louise Moffatt
It is my desire to share with...
Arthur Kozlay with contributions from Grace Smith Kozlay
When I was studying the Lesson-Sermon...
Emma J. Clark
It is with great joy that I send...
During the recent war we were...
Antonia J. Van Rijckevorsel with contributions from H. Evert A. van Rijckevorsel
For all the healings that I have...
Elaine A. Waller
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Earl L. Douglass, Alan Walker, W. Kee Maxwell, H. V. Falor