Sunday, August 16, 2009

Short Pump, Virginia

A busy day at Cambridge Church

Vernon, foreground, and Gene meet early to go over music for the morning service.

Outside on the lawn the youth meet for class on a mild summer day ...

... and answer the question: "Have you ever set up a situation in which you felt you would never get caught?"

Erie listens to the discussion during Bible study ...

... Geneva leads.

Stephanie, minister to children, tells a story during the children's sermon.

Keegan makes his debut as a musician during the opening of the morning service before ...

... Pastor Jay Smith welcomes everyone and greets visitors attending for ...

... a special memorial service for Milo Biddou. Milo immigrated from Lebanon in her 20s, made a profession of faith at Cambridge and worked with the children here. Friends and family gather for the first anniversary of her death. Many who could not attend her funeral are here this morning.

Peggy embraces Milo's son. Peggy also lost her mother at a young age.

Steven, left, makes a profession of faith to Pastor Jay Smith and ...

... the pastor introduces him to the congregation.
All photographs taken with a Leica M8

1 comment:

exposemaximum said...

Almost like a documentary