3From this date the Sunday services of our denomina- tion shall be conducted by Readers in lieu of pastors. Each church, or society formed for Sunday worship,
6shall elect two Readers: a male, and a female. One of these individuals shall open the meeting by reading the hymns, and chapter (or portion of the chapter) in the
9Bible, lead in silent prayer, and repeat in concert with the congregation the Lord's Prayer. Also, this First Reader shall give out any notices from the pulpit, shall
12read the Scriptures indicated in the Sunday School Les- son of the Christian Science Quarterly, and shall pro- nounce the benediction.
15The First Reader shall read from my book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," alternately in response to the congregation, the spiritual interpreta-
18tion of the Lord's Prayer; also, shall read all the selec- tions from Science and Health referred to in the Sunday Lessons.
21The Reader of the Scriptures shall name, at each reading, the book, chapter, and verses. The Reader of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" shall
24commence by announcing the full title of this book, with the name of its author, and add to this announcement, "the Christian Science textbook." It is unnecessary to
27repeat the title or page. This form shall also be observed at the Communion service; the selections from both the Bible and the Christian Science textbook shall be taken
30from the Quarterly, as heretofore, and this Lesson shall be such as is adapted to that service. On the first Sunday of each month, except Communion Sunday, a sermon
1shall be preached to the children, from selections taken from the Scriptures and Science and Health, especially
3adapted to the occasion, and read after the manner of the Sunday service. The children's service shall be held on the Sunday following Communion Day.
6No copies from my books are allowed to be written, and read from manuscripts, either in private or in pub- lic assemblies, except by their author.
9Christian Scientists, all over the world, who are let- terly fit and specially spiritually fitted for teachers, can teach annually three classes only. They shall teach
12from the Christian Science textbook. Each class shall consist of not over thirty-three students, carefully selected, and only of such as have promising proclivities toward