To Kill a Mockingbird

How does Lee use the children's experience at First Purchase to show the similarities and differences between the African-American and the white religious communities?

Chapter 12

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THe Finch children see this church with honest eyes. They are not clouded with judgment and prejudice that comes with age. They see poor people capable of kindness yet not without their own problems (i.e.. Miss. Lula).