Rev. Mary Fowler, left, talks with members of the Youth Choir including from left, choir director Mario Wilson, Rikia Wilson, 14, Dania Wilson, 9, Antia Wilson, 16, and Mia Wilson, 11, as well as Linda Williams, right, before services at the church she started 20 years ago when became a pastor at 63 at Mary's Missionary Baptist Church.
Rev. Mary Fowler, left, talks with members of the Youth Choir including from left, choir director Mario Wilson, Rikia Wilson, 14, Dania Wilson, 9, Antia Wilson, 16, and Mia Wilson, 11, as well as Linda Williams, right, before services at the church she started 20 years ago when became a pastor at 63 at Mary's Missionary Baptist Church. Katherine Frey The Washington Post
Rev. Mary Fowler, left, talks with members of the Youth Choir including from left, choir director Mario Wilson, Rikia Wilson, 14, Dania Wilson, 9, Antia Wilson, 16, and Mia Wilson, 11, as well as Linda Williams, right, before services at the church she started 20 years ago when became a pastor at 63 at Mary's Missionary Baptist Church. Katherine Frey The Washington Post

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