“How can we set aside our hurts and our pains and our feelings of anger and turn our feelings into hope and faith,” said Siljander. “That’s the story I hope to leave.”
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Dozens of of people from different religions came together for an interfaith service at UTC – remembering the sacrifice of the five servicemen.
The program was called “Chattanooga Strong Together.”
Leaders – spoke of the need for solidarity.
Former congressman Mark Siljander of Bridges to Common Ground was the main speaker – and shared his experience of overcoming hate.