On this day, the prayer turned to the three women and their families. May they find peace and togetherness.
It turned to the family of the accused. May they not be exorcised by a hurting community for the alleged actions of one.
It turned to the people of Clark Fulton. May they find a way to care for their children and for one another so that the things that police say happened in THAT house never happens again.
What will it take so that such horror is never hidden in plain sight again here?
They all know that soon the police, the FBI agents and the reporters will be gone. Who knows when the mayor will be back, says Dunn and others.
When it's just back to being the neighborhood, then what?
"There's got to be something that comes out of it, or we missed it," Abraham said.
The answer rests with the people of Clark Fulton.
Logically, Dunn tells God, she knows there wasn't anything she could do.
"This could have happened in Anywhere, U.S.A," Dunn says afterward.
But it didn't happen somewhere else. It happened here. It happened in THAT house. It happened in this neighborhood.