Part of a really big idea

What had it meant to me to become a member of The Mother Church in Boston at age 13? If anyone had asked, I'm not sure I could have answered. Except perhaps to exude the joy and pride I felt, for I loved God and the peace Christian Science had brought to my family.

Yet somehow I did know that my membership had nothing to do with a church building. If I'd been pressed to think it through (which might have been a good thing), I bet I'd have said that Mother Church membership felt like being part of a really big idea.

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