Acolytes Katherine Harper, and Ned Meekins, center, sing "Carry that Weight" with the congregation at the end of the service. 

St. John's Episcopal Church in Versailles held the 2nd Annual Beatles Eucharist, Sunday, July 26, 2015. 

The service incorporated Beatles songs throughout with the lyrics changed to promote ideals of brotherly love versus just making love organizer Bill Weber said. 

The proceeds from the offering went to the Woodford County Food Bank.
Acolytes Katherine Harper, and Ned Meekins, center, sing "Carry that Weight" with the congregation at the end of the service. St. John's Episcopal Church in Versailles held the 2nd Annual Beatles Eucharist, Sunday, July 26, 2015. The service incorporated Beatles songs throughout with the lyrics changed to promote ideals of brotherly love versus just making love organizer Bill Weber said. The proceeds from the offering went to the Woodford County Food Bank. Jonathan Palmer
Acolytes Katherine Harper, and Ned Meekins, center, sing "Carry that Weight" with the congregation at the end of the service. St. John's Episcopal Church in Versailles held the 2nd Annual Beatles Eucharist, Sunday, July 26, 2015. The service incorporated Beatles songs throughout with the lyrics changed to promote ideals of brotherly love versus just making love organizer Bill Weber said. The proceeds from the offering went to the Woodford County Food Bank. Jonathan Palmer

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