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Activities for the Armed Services
"Aloha" in Hawaiian stands for welcome, affection, and kindness. It is fitting, then, that naval Chaplains have bestowed this name upon a small chapel at the United States naval base, Pearl Harbor, in recognition of the warmth, welcome, and affection which it typifies.
In 1946 Aloha Chapel first opened its doors to Christian Science servicemen and their families for their Sunday services, midweek meetings, and Sunday School. Since that time, although the chapel has been moved from its original site and enlarged and renovated, it has continued to welcome Christian Scientists who are stationed in Hawaii or who visit the island of Oahu on their way to and from the Far East.
Because of the rapid shifts in military personnel, a small monthly letter notifies those whose religious preference is Christian Science of the activities at Aloha Chapel.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
GORDON V. COMER
God's Ever-presence Is Our True Shelter
HELEN H. SPANGLER
"Heredity is not a law"
FLINT LEWIS TOWNSEND
"Why...stand aghast at nothingness?"
ROSE M. WEBB
Can God Be Known?
CECIL R. KISSEL
JEANETTE F. SUTTON
Joel Uses His Lessons
JANICE L. HOLLOWAY
"A boundless basis"
Helen Wood Bauman
Did I Really Pray?
Carl J. Welz
Letters to the Press from Christian Science Committees on Publication
Maurice J. Mansergh
I am deeply grateful for all the...
The first healing which our...
Bettie Burris Marrs with contributions from Lee Goodale Marrs
For many years I sought an...
Stewart Norman Davies
I am very grateful for the wisdom...
Ardys H. Peterson
"O taste and see that the...
I was ill in bed, suffering from...
Margaret D. Scofield
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Philip S. Hitchcock, David A. MacLennan