The annual Communion service of the Mother Church was observed on Sunday, June 3, 1900. With the exception of the Mother's visits, this service was the most important event since the dedication of the Mother Church, January 6, 1895, and was the occasion of the assembling of the largest number of Christian Scientists that ever visited Boston at one time.
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