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At a meeting in 1879, on motion of Mary Baker Eddy, it was voted, "To organize a church designed to commemorate the word and works of our Master, which should reinstate primitive Christianity and its lost element of healing" (Manual of The Mother Church by Mrs. Eddy, p. 17). One of the early workers commented, "To rise to the demands of this early pronouncement is the work of true Christian Scientists." (See The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany by Mrs. Eddy, p. 46.) Membership in The Mother Church links one with those in all parts of the world who are engaged in this great work.
Applicants who are ready for membership in The Mother Church, in accordance with the Church Manual requirements, are admitted twice each year.
Application blanks and information concerning membership may be obtained at Christian Science Reading Rooms, from practitioners listed in The Christian Science Journal, or from clerks of branch churches and societies. Applications may also be obtained from Gordon V. Comer, Clerk, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston 15, Massachusetts.
SCIENCE AND THE BUSINESSMAN
RALPH E. WAGERS
THE JOY OF GIVING AND ITS REWARD
GRACE WILSON STITT
Fanny de Groot Hastings
GOD'S LAW DESTROYS HURRICANES
A. HERBERT PACKER
THE WORD MADE PRACTICAL
ARTHUR W. WERNER
THE FULLNESS OF JOY
ROSEMARY C. COBHAM
IRIS V. ZEA
THE GOVERNMENT AND LAW OF GOD
Robert Ellis Key
THE CALL TO SERVICE
RADIO PROGRAM No. 141 - Divine Love Heals Grief
Marie C. Emerson
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George R. Elliott
With a grateful heart I give...
Gertrude Evelyn McManus
With a heart overflowing with...
Madelene F. Neill
Thank God for Christian Science
Jane M. Bray
Before I became interested in...
With a heart full of gratitude for...
Eleanor W. Koetter
It is my desire to share an account...
Ray E. Henfling
Although, as Mrs. Eddy says in...
Cecelia A. Hill
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Roy L. Smith, Raymond R. Kreps