The Mission of the Circulation Activity

Our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, appointed the first "circulation workers," who sold "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" from door to door. This helped to establish our Church. As fellow Christian Scientists, you and I are circulation workers for one of the larger and most unusual publishing houses in the world. We all are co-publishers of a newspaper whose object, unlike any other anywhere, is to benefit and bless mankind each day.

We are fishers of men. In this activity we use the periodicals which our Leader gave to us, and we are all learning to use these periodicals in more practical ways.

Our Circulation Department is grateful for much progress this year and especially grateful for church growth where circulation work has been well done. An example is a worker who moved to Levittown, New York, and put to practical use her love for The Christian Science Monitor in circulation work. This helped to establish a Christian Science Society there. She obtained many new subscriptions to the Monitor. The new society grew rapidly, and her work contributed greatly to its growth. Now it is First Church of Christ, Scientist, Levittown.

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The Mission of Our Daily Newspaper
July 4, 1953

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