Church of Christ, Scientist

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Church of Christ, Scientist:

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religion founded upon principles of divine healing and laws expressed in the acts and sayings of Jesus, as discovered and set forth by Mary Baker Eddy and practiced by the Church of Christ, Scientist.
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ON THE MARKET: The Third Church of Christ Scientist has a guide price of pounds 400k and its total floorspace of nearly 7,000sq ft lends itself to a number of uses Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY
The downtown Little Rock property was purchased for $200,000 in April 1994 from First Church of Christ Scientist of Little Rock Inc.
The First Church of Christ Scientist, which has always insisted its newspaper presents unbiased news, also plans to spend $27 million renovating its Boston headquarters.
In March 1997, Holy Trinity Church and First Church of Christ Scientist submitted Bert Harris Act claims against the City of West Palm Beach, also arising from the newly enacted height restriction.
Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health (Boston: First Church of Christ Scientist 1971 [1875]), p.
Church Women United - World Community Day Celebration is Friday at First Church of Christ Scientist.
The less traditional, modern-looking building once occupied by worshippers of the First Church of Christ Scientist, though structurally unaltered, is now a reading room of Teesside University.
Originally converted from a manufacturing building and then renovated in the 1960s to accommodate use for the Tenth Church of Christ Scientist, the building on the west side of MacDougal Street between West 8th Street and Waverly Place, vontains approximately 24,688 square feet plus basement.
Elizabeth Catholic Church (1920) and the 12th Church of Christ Scientist (1932).
First Church of Christ Scientist - The Heartwood Consort will perform chamber music from the Baroque period at 2 p.
Lydia Mather, a member of the Twelfth Church of Christ Scientist near the corner of Hamlin Street and Cedros Avenue, said the vandals apparently came late Saturday night or early Sunday morning.

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