22, it completed the $45 million purchase of a new home: the former Church of Christ, Scientist
, at 96th Street and Central Park West.
Thomas the Apostle Catholic Parish, Naperville; Knox Presbyterian Church, Naperville; Benedictine Sisters of the Sacred Heart, Lisle; Women of Faith for Justice; Pax Joyce Ministries; First Church of Christ, Scientist
Naperville; Buddhas Light International Association, Chicago; DuPage Unitarian Universalist Church; ICERV (Ismaili Community Engaged in Responsible Volunteering); Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Wheaton; Bahai Community of Naperville; DuPage AME Church; Unity Partnership; Congregation Etz Chaim, Lombard; Sri Venkateswara Swami (Balaji) temple of Greater Chicago, Aurora; Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom; Moms Building Bridges, Naperville; Sikh Religious Society, Palatine.
Shirley Paulson (Church of Christ, Scientist
), Head of Ecumenical Affairs and observer at NCCC (USA) for Church of Christ, Scientist
It is heavily supported by the Church of Christ, Scientist
He was active for many years in the Holden youth baseball program and was a member of the Second Church of Christ, Scientist
in Worcester and First Church of Christ, Scientist
in Silver Spring, MD.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist
, at Ely Street, in Stratford-upon-Avon, will undergo an extension and refurbishment this year.
Starting with its humble origins in 1908 as a periodical printed by members of the Church of Christ, Scientist
, she shows how it earned 7 Pulitzer prizes and became widely considered an "elite" newspaper.
In the late 19th century she developed Christian Science as one of many drugless healing methods and founded The Church of Christ, Scientist
3 million from its owner, the First Church of Christ, Scientist
ANSWERS: Schindler's List; 2 June; 3 Holby City; 4 The Caspian Sea; 5 Andy Warhol; 6 Taiwan; 7 Gibraltar; 8 Rat Trap; 9 The diaphragm; 10 Church of Christ, Scientist
Wear and tear, poor lighting, less-than-kind color schemes and other factors had kept First Church of Christ, Scientist
, "in the shadows" for many years.
And while the paper has always lost money -- which has been made up by its owner, The First Church of Christ, Scientist
-- this year's gap has been particularly egregious: the paper reported that for the current budget year ending April 30, the Monitor in all forms will lose $18.