When the company were all collected and quiet, a religious service was begun with prayer.
The religious service was opened, as before, with a prayer in English.
With these religious services, probably derived from the white men, the tribes above-mentioned mingle some of their old Indian ceremonials, such as dancing to the cadence of a song or ballad, which is generally done in a large lodge provided for the purpose.
He frequently attended their religious services, with his people; always enjoining on the latter the most reverential deportment; and he observed that the poor Indians were always pleased to have the white men present.
were once held in it--when it was white, and there is a graveyard that would delight a poet.
When Sunday came, the captain invited me to conduct the religious services
, but, not being a minister, I declined.
In the various catacombs are small chapels rudely hewn in the stones, and here the early Christians often held their religious services
by dim, ghostly lights.
"These include conducting a brief spiritual history with parents of offspring being brought in for psychiatric consultations, as well as assessing an offspring's own beliefs (religious importance) and behaviors (religious service
attendance), particularly with girls."
Officials said the religious service
was banned in six unauthorised residential compounds, which were used as churches.
She added, "As the new Religious Service
Coordinator, I think what we'll see is even more dialogue with local and national faith leaders to determine how we can improve the experience for those in detention.
"When I went along to observe, I realised it was not the simple religious service
I thought I was agreeing to when I gave my assent in the former council.