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Note: Christian Science churches are dedicated only when free from debt.
Camden, New Jersey (First Church).
Christian Scientists from many parts of the state attended dedication services on Sunday of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Camden. A service was held in the morning and in the afternoon....
Services in Camden were first held in a private home in 1899, and later that year an organization was formed as a branch of The Mother Church in Boston, Massachusetts.
The church was incorporated, and services were held in three different locations in downtown Camden until 1909, when a property on Cooper Street was purchased and remodeled for church use. The building was used until it was sold in 1940, and plans were begun for a new edifice.
It was not until 1947 that the site of the present building was given to the church, ... and construction was begun in 1948. The first services and Sunday School in the present building began on Easter Sunday, 1949.
December 9, 1957
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