The Significance of This Building
From Miscellany by Mary Baker Eddy, page 28
The significance of this building [extension of the Mother Church] is not to be found in the material structure, but in the lives of those who, under the consecrated leadership of Mrs. Eddy, and following her example, are doing the works which Jesus said should mark the lives of his followers. It stands as the visible symbol of a religion which heals the sick and reforms the sinful as our Master healed and reformed them. It proclaims to the world that Jesus’ gospel was for all time and for all men; that it is as effective to-day as it was when he preached the Word of God to the multitudes in Judea and healed them of their diseases and their sins. It speaks for the successful labors of one divinely guided woman, who has brought to the world the spiritual understanding of the Scriptures, and whose ministry has revealed the one true Science and changed the whole aspect of medicine and theology.
by (Editorial in Christian Science Sentinel, June 9, 1906)