A passionate description of who Bobby and Annette Whitlow were.
The two horrifically murdered Saturday for Carter the hurt is still fresh and all too vivid he made the grizzly discovery.
"And that's something I don't want to keep on my mind the lord's going to help me take care of that, but yea I found her," said Carter.
An unimaginable picture, the two police say were killed at the hands of their own son Antonio.
The congregation of less than a dozen people not surprisingly, extremely close.
At first not sure whether they should continue with Sunday service.
"They would want us here," said Carter, "That's why I'm here, they would want us here."
So they're praying together, reading aloud from a bible, Bobby and Anette never far from their thoughts.
"We're talking about the word of God, but we keep referencing things they had taught us," said Jonita Polk.
"Forgiveness, love, the most important thing is faith," said Polk.
Halfway through the service a woman enters and sits quietly.
Rose Harshaw the younger sister of Anette spoke up and told Carter, she just needed to meet the man who found her sister.
"I can tell you that she was a loving sister," said Harshaw.
She said when she needed a place to stay with her infant, her sister and brother-in-law opened their doors to her.
"She was the type of lady that always wanted to do something for somebody," said Harshaw, "Always wanted to be a help to someone. And I grew up looking up to her."