It was a night of unity and prayer in Palm Beach Gardens Sunday night. Hundreds packed Christ Fellowship Church in response to a week of violence across the nation.
Anyone was welcome to attend.
If there was a perfect sign of what the night was all about, you had to look no further than Caleb Belfort. "It doesn't matter if you're black, white, or Spanish."
It was the perfect message following some of the darkest days our nation has seen.
"Our country is broken, people are hurting," said Georgiana Schwedhelm.
All races, all ethnicities across the county came together as one to pray and remember the lives lost this week.
Everybody left in better spirits.
"It brought unity. I wanted to go up and just say brothers and sisters, I mean we're all one," Schwedhelm said.
Instead of fighting against each other, we fight for each other, fight for unity, and fight for good.
"What did I feel in there? A gathering of love!" Schwedhelm said.