Ann LaGrange of Kansas City and her grandsons, Jayden Kelly, 6, (left) and his brother, Samuel Mason Thurman, 5, (right), both of Raytown, took a closer look at the crucifix, which was taken down from the sanctuary Tuesday, at All Saints' Episcopal Church. The church, which has merged with nearby St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, is having a garage sale Saturday to liquidate its remaining assets, including the crucifix.
Ann LaGrange of Kansas City and her grandsons, Jayden Kelly, 6, (left) and his brother, Samuel Mason Thurman, 5, (right), both of Raytown, took a closer look at the crucifix, which was taken down from the sanctuary Tuesday, at All Saints' Episcopal Church. The church, which has merged with nearby St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, is having a garage sale Saturday to liquidate its remaining assets, including the crucifix. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD tljungblad@kcstar.com
Ann LaGrange of Kansas City and her grandsons, Jayden Kelly, 6, (left) and his brother, Samuel Mason Thurman, 5, (right), both of Raytown, took a closer look at the crucifix, which was taken down from the sanctuary Tuesday, at All Saints' Episcopal Church. The church, which has merged with nearby St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, is having a garage sale Saturday to liquidate its remaining assets, including the crucifix. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD tljungblad@kcstar.com

Massive sale will bid goodbye to All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Kansas City

July 10, 2015 10:09 PM