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Election Day Communion 2012 Case Study

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A church in Shenandoah Valley in Virginia is planning to hold a service after Election Day to reconcile Christian voters torn by what is seen as the most divisive presidential election so far.
The Election Day Communion 2016 was initiated by Mark Schloneger of Waynesboro Mennonite Church to bring Christians together. Thousands of Christians are expected to gather for prayer and hymns to celebrate God’s sovereignty in their lives after this election season, Religion News Service details.
Organizers of such post-election church services feel that it has far become more necessary right now. The Washington Times reports that the evangelical vote is divided when it comes to supporting Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
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