With melodic music by organist Fiona Kelly filling the sanctuary Rev. Gary Graveline along with Deacon Stephon Morrison and Lay leader Bob Rhodes (left-right) enter for the Processional during the June 12th Sunday Communion Service at St. James Anglican Church in Tumwater. Built in the 1860's the 147 year-old historic chapel housed several denominations over the decades, with the St. James Anglican Church congregation celebrating their first service in the building on June 5th after purchasing the church from the Society of Friends (Quakers). Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
With melodic music by organist Fiona Kelly filling the sanctuary Rev. Gary Graveline along with Deacon Stephon Morrison and Lay leader Bob Rhodes (left-right) enter for the Processional during the June 12th Sunday Communion Service at St. James Anglican Church in Tumwater. Built in the 1860's the 147 year-old historic chapel housed several denominations over the decades, with the St. James Anglican Church congregation celebrating their first service in the building on June 5th after purchasing the church from the Society of Friends (Quakers). Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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