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    Rev. Russ Dean (upper left), co-pastor of Park Road Baptist Church, leads a group of Charlotte-area interfaith leaders in a prayer before starting the interfaith program titled A Citywide Interfaith Service of Healing and Gratitude at Park Road Baptist Church on April 6, 2014. ItÕs been a rough week or so for Charlotte, with former Mayor Patrick CannonÕs arrest on corruption charges and the kind of unflattering national media attention that can darken a cityÕs image and sap its spirit. Mecklenburg Ministries responded to the communal feelings of disappointment, anger and confusion by hosting an interfaith healing service Sunday night.
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    David T. Foster, III - dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
    Imam John Ramadan of Masjid Ar-Razzaq, and President of the Board of Directors of Mecklenburg Ministries gives the welcome and statement of purpose during an interfaith program titled A Citywide Interfaith Service of Healing and Gratitude at Park Road Baptist Church on April 6, 2014. ItÕs been a rough week or so for Charlotte, with former Mayor Patrick CannonÕs arrest on corruption charges and the kind of unflattering national media attention that can darken a cityÕs image and sap its spirit. Mecklenburg Ministries responded to the communal feelings of disappointment, anger and confusion by hosting an interfaith healing service Sunday night.
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    David T. Foster, III - dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
    Rev. Russ Dean (upper left), co-pastor of Park Road Baptist Church, leads a group of Charlotte-area interfaith leaders in a prayer before starting the interfaith program titled A Citywide Interfaith Service of Healing and Gratitude at Park Road Baptist Church on April 6, 2014. ItÕs been a rough week or so for Charlotte, with former Mayor Patrick CannonÕs arrest on corruption charges and the kind of unflattering national media attention that can darken a cityÕs image and sap its spirit. Mecklenburg Ministries responded to the communal feelings of disappointment, anger and confusion by hosting an interfaith healing service Sunday night.
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    David T. Foster, III - dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
    Danny Trapp, the new executive director of Mecklenburg Ministries addresses the crowd with a talk called Being Community during an interfaith program titled A Citywide Interfaith Service of Healing and Gratitude at Park Road Baptist Church on April 6, 2014. ItÕs been a rough week or so for Charlotte, with former Mayor Patrick CannonÕs arrest on corruption charges and the kind of unflattering national media attention that can darken a cityÕs image and sap its spirit. Mecklenburg Ministries responded to the communal feelings of disappointment, anger and confusion by hosting an interfaith healing service Sunday night.
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    Charlotte City Council members John Autry (center, left) and Al Austin attend an interfaith program titled A Citywide Interfaith Service of Healing and Gratitude at Park Road Baptist Church on April 6, 2014. ItÕs been a rough week or so for Charlotte, with former Mayor Patrick CannonÕs arrest on corruption charges and the kind of unflattering national media attention that can darken a cityÕs image and sap its spirit. Mecklenburg Ministries responded to the communal feelings of disappointment, anger and confusion by hosting an interfaith healing service Sunday night.
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    David T. Foster, III - dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
    Danny Trapp, the new executive director of Mecklenburg Ministries addresses the crowd with a talk called Being Community during an interfaith program titled A Citywide Interfaith Service of Healing and Gratitude at Park Road Baptist Church on April 6, 2014. ItÕs been a rough week or so for Charlotte, with former Mayor Patrick CannonÕs arrest on corruption charges and the kind of unflattering national media attention that can darken a cityÕs image and sap its spirit. Mecklenburg Ministries responded to the communal feelings of disappointment, anger and confusion by hosting an interfaith healing service Sunday night.
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    David T. Foster, III - dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
    Robbie Warren (One Woman Standing) shares a Native American story of community with the crowd during an interfaith program titled A Citywide Interfaith Service of Healing and Gratitude at Park Road Baptist Church on April 6, 2014. ItÕs been a rough week or so for Charlotte, with former Mayor Patrick CannonÕs arrest on corruption charges and the kind of unflattering national media attention that can darken a cityÕs image and sap its spirit. Mecklenburg Ministries responded to the communal feelings of disappointment, anger and confusion by hosting an interfaith healing service Sunday night.
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