Candlelight flickers across their faces as they sit quietly on the floor. They chant and pray as a priest leads them in worship.
For Christians, Easter is a time of hope. But in Kandhamal, deep in the interior in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, hope is in short supply.
This is a community still traumatised by a sudden burst of violence last year, described as the worst anti-Christian rioting in India since independence.
Dozens of people were killed, and hundreds of churches and houses were damaged or destroyed. More...