The fellowship of the West End Presbyterian Church in Richmond, Virginia, worships in a building slightly less than holy, unless you consider capitalism a clandestine religion. It used to be a catalogue showroom for Best Products, a sort of US equivalent to Argos that went bankrupt during the mid-1990s. The Presbyterians not only run the space as a church, but also as a refuge for asylum seekers and as a food bank. There used to be consumer goods here; now,…
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