With fondness, I can still recall Going to church when just a child Joyous feelings abounded there My heart and soul beguiled We all looked forward to the Sundays When homecoming day was held People came from miles around With enthusiasm not to be quelled Nearly every time, a half dozen or so Turned their souls over to the Lord Baptized right there in Peter Creek Their faith and hope restored Oh, what a marvelous, glorious time Of preaching, praying, shouting, singing To this day, I'm still reminded How that old church house was ringing The second Sunday of every month Most everyone could be found At the church's all-day singing And dinner on the ground Kathleen McCoy Eldridge© May 21, 2006 All Rights Reserved




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