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Interfaith revival offers spiritual healing amid the coronavirus pandemic

Jordann Rasmussen and Sheri Thatcher attend an Interfaith Spiritual Revival at the Capitol in Salt Lake City on Saturday, May 16, 2020. The event was for all beliefs who support the First Amendment. Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News

Jordann Rasmussen and Sheri Thatcher attend an Interfaith Spiritual Revival at the Capitol in Salt Lake City on Saturday. The event, open people of all faiths who wanted to exercise their First Amendment rights, was organized by Eric Moutsos, the former police officer who started the Utah Business Revival Facebook group. “We keep talking about physical, mental and economic health, but we are seeing very little talk about our spiritual health in society right now, especially on social media,” Moutsos said in a statement. Attendees at the revival were also asked to also make a charitable donation via Utah Business Revival’s online virtual food drive.