Of Good Report

The permanent, free Christian Science Exhibit in the Christian Science Building, 16th and I Streets, N. W., Washington, D. C., continues to show increased activity and fruitage. Each day brings visitors from different parts of the United States and from various corners of the world. This shows the interest in everything connected with our movement not only by Christian Scientists, but by those who are awake to the progress of Christian Scientists as a religion and as a force for good in world affairs.

The various vitaramas and dioramas, the colorful display of flags representing the thirty-four nations in which there are Christian Science churches, the glass map showing the location of these churches, The Christian Science Monitor and other exhibits, are ideally suited to give the visitor a clear concept of the scope of our movement. Those who have been students of Science for many years, especially those coming from overseas countries, are happy to see this exhibit. It indicates and confirms to them the progress, security, and stability of the Church of Christ, Scientist, and thus strengthens their gratitude and loyalty as members of this church.

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