Rev. Dr. James L. Brewer-Calvert, Sylvia Gibbs

After blistering campaign, Americans wonder how to heal

In this Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016 photo, the Rev. Dr. James L. Brewer-Calvert, left, and Sylvia Gibbs sing during the Ecumenical Election Day Communion Service at the Decatur First United Methodist Church in Decatur, Ga. Democrats and Republicans shared the same pews, wearing voter stickers shaped like Georgia peaches, and shut out the barrage of news sweeping the country. (AP Photo/Rebecca Breyer)DECATUR, Ga. (AP) — For an hour they stood shoulder to shoulder, those who supported Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, praying together in a service of postelection healing. Noting the painful labels and divisions of the just-finished campaign, the Rev. Jenna Faith Strizak said, “We’ve got to figure out how to live together. And not just live together, but be one.”

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