Church Membership

[Reprinted from The Christian Science Journal, April, 1959]

Perhaps nothing is more important to the progress of the student of Christian Science than church membership. It opens up an entirely new field of activity, and when the student makes the most of the opportunities afforded, great spiritual growth follows.

Church membership involves far more than attending church services, but this does not mean that one should unduly delay making application for membership. The individual who has been an earnest student of Christian Science for one year or longer may well give prayerful thought to taking this important step. An earnest student daily studies the Bible and "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, usually with the aid of the Lesson-Sermon, contained in the Christian Science Quarterly. He also reads the authorized Christian Science periodicals, regularly attends the church services, and relies absolutely on God for healing.

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