The political season is a time of division, and Christians are not immune. Followers of Jesus can be found at every point on the political spectrum, with many invoking their faith as a rationale for their views. But Tuesday evening, 28 Massachusetts churches will join more than 800 across the country in holding what they hope will become a new tradition of post-voting unity — Election Day Communion.
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