Writer gives review of LDS sacrament service

I’ve got to figure out a better way to cover the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I’ve visited several of their services, and they’ve all been welcoming and cool, but big parts of their service are the Sunday school and the priesthood and relief society meetings—but it’s never easy to find a Sunday where I can do the whole service. This particular Sunday, I had to pick up Hunter from a sleepover. I wonder if anyone would mind if I attended an adult Sunday school class or a priesthood session, if I haven’t attended the sacrament service. Anyone?

At any rate, back to the task at hand. The sacrament service begins at 9 a.m. The Lakeside Ward is a beautiful and simple medium-sized meetinghouse in a cute little central neighborhood off Plumb Lane. I’d estimate the sanctuary would hold around 220 comfortably on the blue padded pews, which are divided into three sections aligned toward the chancel.

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