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Church Bulletin Board

From the March 1988 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Whether at a shopping mall, on a college campus, or in the foyer of a church, a bulletin board is a great place for people to share information. You can learn a lot about an active community from reading local bulletin boards. We hope you'll enjoy this bulletin board and feel encouraged to join in and share experiences.

About twenty-five years ago when my family and I moved from the city to start a new life in the country, there were five other Christian Scientists in the area. We held services in our home for many years, but eventually we were able to rent the local community meeting house/fire hall at a very low rental.

The fire hall proved too cold in the winter months, and so Auntie Dot's home became our meeting place for Sunday services. In March 1981 two members of the local 1 Anglican church came to see me. They were having to sell their church building and wondered if our group would be interested in buying it. We told them we would certainly like to have it but we could not afford it....

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