President Obama today made it to church for the first time in seven months, walking with is family across Lafayette Park in front of the White House to St. John’s, the traditional church of presidents.
Obama’s last time at church was also at St. John’s, where he landed after a similar stroll on Easter Sunday, March 31.
After today’s service, Obama walked back to the White House and then sped out to an activity he engages in much more frequently, heading for a round of golf at Fort Belvoir. He’s with junior aides Joe Paulsen and Marvin Nicholson, as well as Marvin’s brother Walter.
It’s the 37th time he has played this year and the 148th outing of his presidency.