This little historical site in the Churchill section of Richmond was the setting for my Easter visit this year. It was a memorable day; the pastor is warm and welcoming, her remarks from the pulpit were inspiring. The music set the tone, it was peaceful, calming and traditional. The setting of the pews with the old fashioned gates, the magnificent stained glass windows all around, and the spring flowers on the alter that were brought by parishioners completed the setting which was spiritual no matter what a person believes about the before-life, after-life, or anything in between.
We had two young children with us who were fairly good, but not perfectly behaved. Many others joined the congregation but of course, not all the children saw the need for quiet. The pastor made all feel welcome, including the families with youngsters, and the atmosphere among congregants was also warm and inviting despite these little disruptions. What a wonderful Easter service it was, and stepping out into the church yard with its benches, flowering trees, and spring green blades of grass just lifted the spirits even more.
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