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Where We Pray 

An occasional series of articles examining the richness of Richmond's spiritual communities.

Richmond is a city of many faiths. "Where We Pray" is an occasional series of articles examining the richness. depth and breadth of Richmond's spiritual communities through the eyes of their followers.

Christian Soldiers (July 1, 2009): Saving the streets one by one, the Richmond Outreach Center expands its ministry of bikers, street thugs and recovering addicts.

God in Everything (Aug. 18, 2009): In search of tradition and truth in a modern world, Richmond's tiny population of Hasidic Jews practice quiet, strict yet joyful lives.

New Road to Zion (Nov. 4, 2009): Eschewing self-help religion and the rise of prosperity ministers, the Rev. Tyrone Nelson leads an historic black church back to its roots.

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