the churchyard was brick- hard clay, as was the cemetery beside it. broken Coca- cola bottles.
"what's you up to, Miss Cal?"
"what you want , Lula?"
I wants to know why you bringin' white chillun to a black folks church.
they's my comp'ny
you ain't got no business bringin' white chillun here. they got their church.
it's the same God, ain't it.
let's go home Cal they don't want us here
Mister Jem...glad to have you here. Don't pay no 'tention to Lula. she's a troublemaker from way back. y'all welcome here anytime.
scout realizes that Calpurnia's church has less stuff than her church. Jem, and scout had a different experience at Calpurnia church. Scout and Jem don't really know Calpurnia when she's not at their house. later when they got home Scout asked Calpurnia "Cal can I come to see you sometimes". Calpurnia said, "anytime you want to".