How do the children feel at church and what did they learn from their visit?

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The kids are not warmly recieved at the church at all. Lula goes out of her way in making her displeasure known. Calpurnia stands up for the kids and Lula backs off a bit. The kids also learn that that many in the church can't read so they came up with their own way in learning the hymns: lining. During this chapter, Cal changes her manner of speech. Of course, Scout asks why she does this and learns that Cal does this to fit in.

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