Some urban dwellers return to the church of their ancestors for important life events. The beautiful Ukrainian Catholic church at Plain Lake, Alberta takes advantage of its scenic surroundings and ample parking to host weddings for couples who wish to be married in a romantic and Ukrainian rural setting. Some people will take their child back to the church of their parents to have him or her baptized. The most common return is for burial. Many people want to be buried in what they consider the land that their émigré parents or grandparents made their own. Some will go to great expense to have their body shipped back to the rural church that their family came from. In one instance, where the cost of shipping a body was too great for a family, they accepted the “sin” of cremating their relative’s remains so that he would find eternal rest in the cemetery of the church where he grew up.