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Church of Christ, Scientist:

see Christian ScienceChristian Science,
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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This means that of the previous four places of worship, only the former premises of the First Church of Christ Scientist, cease to have a religious connection.
In a time when some churches are closing their doors, The Tenth Church of Christ Scientist is literally opening them," said Massey Knakal Partner James Nelson, who exclusively represented the seller with Chairman Robert Knakal.
Photo: The sign at the Twelfth Church of Christ Scientist was torn down near the corner of Hamlin Street and Cedros Avenue.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Second Church of Christ Scientist, 255 Salisbury St.
in good faith," said Michael Born, spokesman for the Boston-based First Church of Christ Scientist.
He served as organist of The Fifth Church of Christ Scientist in New York City, and for the last 20 years of his career as the organist of The First Church of Christ Scientist (the Mother Church) in Boston.
Last year, she and her partner, Shellie Hammond of Phillipston, bought the 30-by-80-foot First Church of Christ Scientist building in Athol after the price dropped to $60,000.
She was a member of 2nd Church of Christ Scientist and the 39ers Social Club.
Leominster, MA 01453 or to the First Church of Christ Scientists of Boston Massachusetts, Treasurer's Office, PO5-10, 210 Massachusetts Ave.
He writes about Christian Churches and Disciples of Christ (Restoration), Unitarians and Universalists (Humanistic), Adventists and Jehovah's Witnesses (Apocalyptic), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon), the Church of Christ Scientists and Unity Movement (Spiritual), and Holiness and Pentecostalism (Ecstatic).

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