National Geographic : 1973 Nov
Fortress of faith, Tangier's Methodist Church casts a glow of greeting at dusk. Lovingly en larged and rebuilt many times, the church an chors a people who daily grapple with the sea for survival. During services, youngsters are kept at parents' sides (left), though not compelled to pay attention. Through these walls, the spirit moves in many moods-as when W. Ray Crockett looses a fire-and-brimstone sermon, or gentle "Miz Annie" Parks rises to "testifoi over all th' fine blessin's the Lord's given me this past week."