Congregation members greet each other during the peace blessing during the service at St. Ambrose Episcopal Church in Raleigh. The archivist of the Episcopal diocese is wrapping up a yearlong project on historically black episcopal churches in the state, of which St. Ambrose is only one of a couple dozen still active in the state.
Congregation members greet each other during the peace blessing during the service at St. Ambrose Episcopal Church in Raleigh. The archivist of the Episcopal diocese is wrapping up a yearlong project on historically black episcopal churches in the state, of which St. Ambrose is only one of a couple dozen still active in the state. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Congregation members greet each other during the peace blessing during the service at St. Ambrose Episcopal Church in Raleigh. The archivist of the Episcopal diocese is wrapping up a yearlong project on historically black episcopal churches in the state, of which St. Ambrose is only one of a couple dozen still active in the state. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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