The Rev. Jane Stanley welcomes all to The Nourishing Place’s Chapel in the Oaks, where rich and poor worship together, enjoying meals before and after the service. Stanley, a longtime educator, has been instrumental in founding school programs that assist at-risk children.
The Rev. Jane Stanley welcomes all to The Nourishing Place’s Chapel in the Oaks, where rich and poor worship together, enjoying meals before and after the service. Stanley, a longtime educator, has been instrumental in founding school programs that assist at-risk children. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
The Rev. Jane Stanley welcomes all to The Nourishing Place’s Chapel in the Oaks, where rich and poor worship together, enjoying meals before and after the service. Stanley, a longtime educator, has been instrumental in founding school programs that assist at-risk children. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

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