On a bright Easter morning in Washington, President Obama and his family
attended the Shiloh Baptist Church. Greeted by applause and a choir
singing “Total Praise,” the first family couldn’t help but stand out in
the second row pew no matter how much they might have wanted their
worship to be intimate and without the trappings of the presidency.
"The Secret Service said, just be ourselves," the church's pastor, Dr.
Wallace Charles Smith, told the congregation, according to the
Associated Press. “This is a place of worship,” Dr. Smith added as he
asked people not to take photographs. Obama declined an invitation to
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