COMMUNITY WATCH

"He fashioneth their hearts alike"

"When it was all over, strangers embraced and spoke excitedly, like long-lost friends."

You could feel the love in the air that morning in the park. Children ran and played together, unaware of what it means to "keep to your own kind." Adults mixed and spoke freely, uninfluenced by race, social status, or religion. God talked with us all that morning—through music and speech—in one seamless message that assured us we all belong to one, undivided, caring family.

Our church had organized an ecumenical service that included music, prayer by a local pastor, an address by the chief of police, remarks by the Mayor, and a talk by a member of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship, who spoke on the theme "Have we not all one father? hath not one God created us?" (Mal. 2:10 ).

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